Did you return to Paris when you ennuied yourself so énormement?
The king was ennuied to death, and became daily more dull and heavy.
Miss Larrabee used to call him the first aid to the ennuied.
So long ago as 1805 Sidney Smith used it as a verb and said that he had been ennuied.
It showed her in a flash of reasoning of which he could not know, that it was possible to be ennuied with glorious harmonies.
The erstwhile Major had been found dead on a dark street and brought by curious and ennuied citizens to the drug store.
When the senses are robbed of their fineness, youth grows blas, mature manhood is ennuied, life is empty.
Cherrie's welcome to her lover was uncommonly cordial, for she was ennuied nearly to death.
Then I wrote at the top of the paper, 'Thesaurus for the ennuied.'
The ennuied Count Rosal lunched with them,—a sallow, fatigued young patrician who wore a pince-nez.