American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Exhausted of strength or energy; fatigued.
- adj. Impatient; bored: tired of the same old sandwiches.
- adj. Overused; hackneyed: a tired joke.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of tire.
- adj. In need of some rest or sleep.
- adj. Fed up, annoyed, irritated, sick of.
- adj. Overused, cliché.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Weary; fatigued; exhausted.
- adj. depleted of strength or energy
- adj. repeated too often; overfamiliar through overuse
“Funny, it doesn't hurt at all, but I'm tired, so tired ”
“Shilh14 izbil hair, plural izbel; a-slem fish, plural i-slim-en; sn to know, sen to be knowing; rmi to become tired, rumni to be tired; ttss15 to fall asleep, ttoss to sleep.”
“All the ponies are tethered in good order, but most of them are tired -- Chinaman and Jehu _very tired_ ....”
“All the ponies are tethered in good order, but most of them are tired -- Chinaman and Jehu _very tired_.”
“Oh, I'm so tired of it all -- so _tired_ -- and he doesn't see, doesn't understand!”
“I began the term tired out, and nearly collapsed before the end.”
“But early in your pregnancy, you learn a new meaning for the word tired.”
“Republicans struck back hard against news of the Democrats 'new jobs platform, which they characterized as tired and ineffective.”
“But I know in Arabic 'tired' is more serious, the word you use to prepare a listener about to receive bad news of a death in the family: 'she became very tired'.”
“You’ll find yourself hard-pressed to stay awake past 7:00 p.m., and the word tired will have a new meaning for you.”
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