weary of the world; bored with existence, material pleasures, etc.
no longer finding pleasure in living; tired of the world
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He is a slow, lumbering giant, a world-weary emperor with golden fur and tiny eyes that squint at me with myopic curiosity.
His languid rhythms and floating, world-weary vocals revolve around virtuoso oud flights.
Normally, allegations against politically connected financiers elicit little more than world-weary sighs.
He inhabits his shrewd, world-weary character with the ease that only lifelong movie stardom can bring.
His tone is low to the ground and world-weary, yet laconic.
He is world-weary and wise enough to know that nothing is what it seems to be.
The celebrity hype has already nauseated world-weary political junkies.