weary

Save
1 weary /ˈwiri/ adjective
wearier; weariest
1 weary
/ˈwiri/
adjective
wearier; weariest
Learner's definition of WEARY
[also more weary; most weary]
: lacking strength, energy, or freshness because of a need for rest or sleep : tired
: bored or annoyed by something because you have seen it, heard it, done it, etc., many times or for a long time
often + of
sometimes used in combination see also world-weary
literary : causing you to feel tired

— wearily

/ˈwirəli/ adverb

— weariness

/ˈwirinəs/ noun [noncount]
2 weary /ˈwiri/ verb
wearies; wearied; wearying
2 weary
/ˈwiri/
verb
wearies; wearied; wearying
Learner's definition of WEARY
[+ object] somewhat formal
: to make (someone) very tired

weary of

[phrasal verb]
weary of (something)
: to become bored by (something) : to stop being interested in (something)

— wearying

adjective [more wearying; most wearying]

— wearyingly

adverb
Comments & Questions
Comments & Questions
What made you want to look up weary? Include any comments and questions you have about this word.