Definitions

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  • adj. superlative form of weary: most weary.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Before they reached it, Eleanor's feet were dragging after one another in weariest style.

    The Old Helmet

  • The weariest and most loathed worldly life that age, ache, penury, and imprisonment, can lay on nature is a paradise to what we fear of death.

    Terry Kelhawk: Shakespeare Speaks To Japan

  • In solidarity with Sharif, the city's weariest drivers have embarked on a long, long road to recovery.

    Michelle Chen: Hate Crimes Are Just One Threat Facing New York City Cabbies

  • Even if living in Mexico isn't in the cards, the waters of Mexico nurture, soothe and heal the weariest traveler.

    Live Better South of the Border & Spas and Hot Springs of Mexico

  • What this really reveals is the ongoing need for boomers to not only personalize their experiences, but also to find utmost (and perhaps ‘positive’) meaning in even the weariest moments of their lives.

    New Funeral Rites (The Boomer Blog)

  • “O thou,” cried I, “by Allah, thou weariest me and scatterest my wits and thy forecast is other than good; I sent for thee to poll my head and naught else: so up and shave me and prolong not thy speech.”

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • (At this point in my story Jean-Marc interrupts to argue about the use of the word "cachot" (or "dungeon") only to agree that the vigneron's cave, with its river of wine, would color the cheeks and soul of the weariest prisoner.)

    French Word-A-Day:

  • She left the coziness of her blue-and-white bedroom-bed piled high with white eyelet pillows that had soothed the aches of her weariest day.

    Hot Pursuit

  • Provence, broad, brown, and strong, to the weariest white consumptive wisp; from old women of seventy, with straggling grey hair, to fifteen-year-old girls.

    The Inn of Tranquillity: Studies and Essays

  • On the 12th of April, after six hours of the weariest march I had ever undergone, we arrived at the mouth of the Mukondokwa Pass, out of which the river debouches into the Plain of Makata.

    How I Found Livingstone

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