tired of

  1. having a strong distaste from surfeit
    sick to death of flattery
    gossip that makes one sick
    fed up with their complaints
    grew more and more disgusted
    sick of it all
    tired of the noise and smoke
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How To Use tired of In A Sentence

  • Otherwise this irritable maunderer would have known that, everything else apart, I am heartily tired of the responsibilities of youth under any such constant surveillance. Jurgen A Comedy of Justice
  • I'm sick and tired of your constant complaints.
  • I'm tired of being messed around by my bank.
  • Due to the large numbers of those indicted, the court clerks eventually tired of writing the charge in full and began to abbreviate it.
  • Don't think you can blame them for seizing contol except I do not think you can blame them for being tired of being used by the remainder of the Republican Party in the North and West for 40 years. Vitter defends Southern influence in GOP, slams Voinovich
  • I am not proud, also not commit tomfoolery, is tired of all depend on.
  • ... because I am tired of answering these questions in email, one reader at a time, and I bet truepenny is too: Self-promotion salad
  • I was tired of being a bookkeeper.
  • She’s tired of seeing what she calls my boar’s nest at my end of the table festooned with stacked books, medical articles, and newspapers, so she’s making me actually, she asked me very nicely go through them – which is my plan this weekend – and get rid of them. Bougainvillea in bloom | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.
  • Tired of writing detective novels, she began to explore new territory.
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