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tired1

[tahyuh rd] /taɪərd/
adjective
1.
exhausted, as by exertion; fatigued or sleepy:
a tired runner.
2.
weary or bored (usually followed by of):
tired of the same food every day.
3.
hackneyed; stale, as a joke, phrase, or sermon.
4.
Informal. impatient or disgusted:
You make me tired.
Origin
1350-1400
1350-1400; Middle English tyred. See tire1, -ed2
Synonyms
1. enervated. Tired, exhausted, fatigued, wearied, weary suggest a condition in which a large part of one's energy and vitality has been consumed. One who is tired has used up a considerable part of his or her bodily or mental resources: to feel tired at the end of the day. One who is exhausted is completely drained of energy and vitality, usually because of arduous or long-sustained effort: exhausted after a hard run. One who is fatigued has consumed energy to a point where rest and sleep are demanded: feeling rather pleasantly fatigued. One who is wearied has been under protracted exertion or strain that has gradually worn out his or her strength: wearied by a long vigil. Weary suggests a more permanent condition than wearied: weary of struggling against misfortunes.
Antonyms
1. rested; energetic.
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tired

/ˈtaɪəd/
adjective
1.
weary; fatigued
2.
(foll by of)
  1. having lost interest in; bored: I'm tired of playing cards
  2. having lost patience with; exasperated by: I'm tired of his eternal excuses
3.
hackneyed; stale: the same tired old jokes
4.
(euphemistic) tired and emotional, slightly drunk
Derived Forms
tiredly, adverb
tiredness, noun
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tired

adj.

"exhausted, fatigued, weary," early 15c., past participle adjective from tire (v.).

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tired

In addition to the idiom beginning with
tired
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