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- v. Present participle of tire.
- n. Action of the verb to tire.
- n. Bits of bone and tough organic material from a corpse given to hawks to abate their hunger.
- adj. That tires or tire.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of dressing.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. producing exhaustion
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We talked a bit, keeping things brief as we could see her tiring from the effort of being up, being out and being in conversation.
I assure you itâ€ ™ s not as tiring is a reading the same old REHASHED LIES AND DEBUNKED MYTHS you posted daily as factsâ€ ¦ Your BORING ZZZzzzz, and sound like a stupid little high school nerd.
They couldn't have thought that they could succeed in tiring out a runner like him!
I assure you it’s not as tiring is a reading the same old REHASHED LIES AND DEBUNKED MYTHS you posted daily as facts … Your BORING ZZZzzzz, and sound like a stupid little high school nerd.
Ceding Arsenal plenty of possession and playing on the break a tiring Sunderland looked poised for a point.
My weekends have a tendency to be busy and tiring, which isn't always bad, but sometimes isn't good either.
Hearing this the Queen called her tiring women, and bade them array her in her robes of State and put pomegranate flowers in her hair.
The two opponents both began with the idea of tiring each other out by waiting.
While attending St. Marks School, he led his soccer team in scoring for three straight seasons and finished his career with a school record 185 points and 33 assists. â€œCharlie is a really good player, â€ teammate Jordan Raybould â€ ™ 10, a midfielder, said. â€œI can always hit a long ball to him, and he will keep possession. â€ Raybould also said Neil can work hard without tiring, which is important in a sport where a professional midfielder often runs six to seven miles in a game.
The whole "we hate Nintendo" thing is getting kind of tiring though.