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- adv. In a weary manner
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- adv. In a weary manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a weary manner; like one fatigued.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a weary manner
He dropped the spoon, shoved back his chair, and arose wearily from the table.
“I’m coming,” she called wearily and tied the corded sash as she hurried from the bedroom.
He called wearily for help, but there was no response.
"Oh yes, yes," wearily; "but it isn't enough by itself.
Put on some coffee, May Amelia, Pappa says wearily.
When Cook finally, but not wearily, trudged from the field with another gargantuan hundred to his name he had virtually ensured his team would end this series as winners.
This is clearly a hoax, an assessment I wearily give to the many e-mail correspondents who have written me on the matter.
The early-series exertions have taken their toll on Mike Hussey, and he cut wearily to gully where Mr. Pietersen took a sharp catch
Then, wearily we trudged up for dinner, where plates were always lovely to behold and too small to satiate.
I climbed wearily out of the car and trudged up the sidewalk to see what had been deposited there in our absence.