Lord, they are weary; and, whispered to, they sigh.
No man useth to be weary of that which is beneficial unto him.
Corker, appearing more weary than angry, said the president “is debasing our country.”
In the last few years, it has invested in reviving coffee production in war-weary South Sudan.
He said bank managers had grown weary of writing up reports on potentially improper sales.
It is exactly the kind of political-historic discussion that leaves Dr John Woods looking weary.
While the hired Hessian troops celebrated Christmas night in Trenton, Washington ferried his weary men across the Delaware.
Fighting side by side with them pushed some weary street outcast in faded black rags, wide-eyed, loud-voiced, and foul-mouthed.
A ride of about an hour more brought the party to a neat farmhouse, where the weary travellers were received to an abundant breakfast.
Paper-clip: A device of attenuated metal, ingeniously convoluted, whereby the weary scribbler may accumulate the fruits of his labour.
Families across the country lost loved ones, and the nation, like the rest of the world, ended the year weary and economically uncertain.
The formal adoption of the accord late Saturday was greeted with applause and cheers by thousands of weary delegates to the climate talks here.
Corporations that have never sold data, which would often be about customers and their spending habits, are naturally weary of compliance problems, so keeping the data in-house helps, Marrale said.
The Defense Department, which was predicting in early May that troop levels would be down to thirty thousand by the end of the summer, extended the deployment of battle-weary divisions indefinitely.
And so as humanitarians resist change, policymakers fear making unpopular political decisions and the development and business communities remain weary of the risks that come with working in fragile states.
Murder, My Sweet, also known as Farewell, My Lovely, American film noir, released in 1944, that was notable as the screen debut of author Raymond Chandler’s hard-boiled, world-weary detective Philip Marlowe.
In the documentary “Out of the Ashes,” which beautifully captures the Afghan cricket team’s rise, one player recites a couplet that describes the team’s philosophy — and the escape that this unlikely game continues to bring to a weary and traumatized nation:
And the Kilmarnock fans would have greeted the Aberdeen equaliser with weary familiarity, as Matty Kennedy dropped the shoulder to nip round Stephen O'Donnell and whip in a fierce cross, which McLennan dived to head in just five minutes into the second half.
While managers have been weary overpaying in a record-setting market environment, billionaire hedge-fund founder Jamie Dinan however said at a recent conference in Miami that if he can't find something to invest in, "it's our problem, not the market's problem."
The floor was already strewn with weary sleepers, and the foul air of the place almost repelled him; but the heavy night-dews were chill, and his limbs weary, and, wrapping about him a tattered blanket, which formed his only bed-clothing, he stretched himself in the straw and fell asleep.
- exhaust or get tired through overuse or great strain or stress
- physically and mentally fatigued
Example: `aweary' is archaic
- lose interest or become bored with something or somebody
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