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English definition of “weary”


adjective    /ˈwɪər·i/
very tired , esp . from hard work : Even my brain is weary tonight ! wearily    /ˈwɪər·ə·li/ adverb I dragged myself wearily out of bed . weariness    /ˈwɪər·i·nəs/ noun [U] My weariness was so great , I couldn’t even answer the telephone .
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