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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of weary.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Tired; fatigued; exhausted with exertion.
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- adj. exhausted
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Warren leaned back against the wall of the rude cabin wearied from the long nervous strain, but listening intently to all that passed.
One afternoon when I crept into this haven, wearied from the feast of sight and sound, a slender, dusky-skinned Ceylonese offered me a cup of fragrant tea.
Then she wandered to her bookshelves, glancing aimlessly over the books; but the very reading of the titles wearied her.
No wonder if the energies which owed much of their strength to love's nerving, should at last give out, and Fleda's evening be passed in wearied slumbers.
(her to cold; in short, wearied with remonstrances, her patience failed, and she declared in pretty) Tj
Many years of living face to face with sheep on their own terms wearied Dry Valley Johnson.
At the time she was an atheist who was "wearied" by religion and "worn out by years of struggle."
It is apparently intended to enhance the idea of utter weariness, either because the word 'wearied' is in thought to be supplied, 'sat, being thus wearied, on the well'; or because it conveys the notion which might be expressed by our 'just as He was'; as a tired man flings Himself down anywhere and anyhow, without any kind of preparation beforehand, and not much caring where it is that he rests.
"wearied," as I had arrived early in the afternoon, and could not out of politeness retire and write to you.
His face is sweaty, his countenance is wearied, and I can easily see that he's skipped a few meals.