weary ADJECTIVE (wearier, weariest) 1) tired. 2) causing tiredness. 3) (often weary of) reluctant to experience any more of.
VERB (wearies, wearied) 1) make weary. 2) (weary of) grow tired of.
DERIVATIVES wearily adverb weariness noun wearisome adjective.
ORIGIN Old English.

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