Definitions

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  • past participle Poetic Wearied.

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  • adjective poetic weary; made tired

Etymologies

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a- +‎ wearied

Examples

  • Sinfjotli has fared long through the woods, eleven men meet him, and he wrought in such wise that he slew them all, and was awearied therewith, and crawls under an oak, and there takes his rest.

    The Story of the Volsungs

  • Then when it was daylight, some of us slept, being greatly awearied; but some kept watch.

    The Boats of the 'Glen Carrig'

  • And by that I was come to the ending of the thirty hours, I was sorely awearied, and gat me upward of the monstrous cliff that did make the left side of the

    The Night Land

  • And I lookt now down to the Maid, and she upward to me, and did come more anigh to me, and truly she did be most wondrous pretty and sweet; yet did seem very awearied and pale in the face; so that

    The Night Land

  • And by this time it was three and thirty hours since last I did slumber; so that I was bitterly awearied.

    The Night Land

  • And sudden, I leapt unto the right of the man, thinking within me that I did perceive a chance that I should cut him upon that side; but, truly, he was less awearied than I did know; for he came very sharp upon me, and had me between him and the wall of the

    The Night Land

  • And truly it had been something over three and twenty hours, since last I did sleep; so that I was greatly awearied.

    The Night Land

  • So, being at last in quietness, we slept, being greatly awearied.

    The Boats of the 'Glen Carrig'

  • And because that I was awearied, I lookt about for a safe place to mine hand, and lo! there was a shelf of the rock very nigh, that went inward a little to the side.

    The Night Land

  • And by that I was come to the ending of the thirty hours, I was sorely awearied, and gat me upward of the monstrous cliff that did make the left side of the Gorge, having perceived in a place a great ledge of the rock, that did seem very proper for my purpose of slumber.

    The Night Land: Chapter 9

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