[ US /ˈtaɪɝd/ ]
[ UK /tˈa‍ɪ‍əd/ ]
  1. repeated too often; overfamiliar through overuse
    a stock answer
    his remarks were trite and commonplace
    parroting some timeworn axiom
    bromidic sermons
    the trite metaphor `hard as nails'
    repeating threadbare jokes
    hackneyed phrases
    bromidic sermons
    a stock answer
  2. depleted of strength or energy
    too tired to eat
    tired mothers with crying babies
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How To Use tired In A Sentence

  • As for me, I was feeling a little spaced out and tired from my trip across the pond yesterday.
  • Can you tell me what the major league record is for most consecutive batters retired by a pitcher and who holds it?
  • She was so tired she came home and conked out at eight o'clock.
  • The film had a rather tired plot.
  • Does a father react angrily when his tired, overwhelmed twelve-month-old flails out and hits him on the nose?
  • Ronald Martin retired from the United States Air Force Reserve as a Lt. Colonel. Mastin, Ronald L.
  • I was tired between synapses and in the connective tissue of organs.
  • We were tired but we managed to push along to the next village.
  • Amid fireworks, a color guard and torrents of cheers, 62 former Redskins were introduced on Sunday night at FedEx Field, from Carl Kammerer, who played in 1963, to Darnerien McCants, who retired in 2004. Shanahan, McNabb are helping the Redskins recapture their past
  • And even those who'd retired in the fullness of time were no longer secure from retrospective investigation and changed pensionable status. CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD
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