“The ground has shifted,” he said, and the “worn out dogmas, that far too long have strangled our politics” will be discarded.
He told People magazine, “I think I just probably got worn out.”
They were too familiar, too worn out, and perhaps James Bond had by now killed them all off.
And you probably watched it so many times your VHS tape got too worn out to play.
And when I try to do something, we get nothing but opposition, based upon old, worn out BS.
Finally, worn out by his fruitless exertions, he fell asleep.
But the alarm must soon have worn out had it only been supported by perjury.
The system is worn out when it should be ready to do its best work.
"My—my scout suit," added Johnnie, who was too worn out to weep.
When he reached Chamonix the next day he was so worn out that he slept twenty-four hours at a stretch.