tiredly


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tired

 (tīrd)
adj.
1.
a. Exhausted of strength or energy; fatigued.
b. Impatient; bored: tired of the same old sandwiches.
2. Overused; hackneyed: a tired joke.

tired′ly adv.
tired′ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.tiredly - in a weary mannertiredly - in a weary manner; "he walked around tiredly"
Translations

tiredly

[ˈtaɪədlɪ] ADV [smile, get up] → con aire cansado; [say, reply] → con voz cansina

tiredly

advmüde; say alsomit müder Stimme

tiredly

[ˈtaɪədlɪ] advstancamente
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Having battled through, Roy's confidence flooded back - deftly reversesweeping, pulling the returning Starc with authority and flogging Zampa for six as he successfully moved past his own personal best, 162, and Hales' national record before tiredly top-edging Starc.
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That way on the first night when you arrive at your destination you won't be tiredly fumbling through every suitcase before bedtime.
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Vanesso Mallo, a physiotherapist who has worked tiredly to rehabilitate children, said that each child's progress depended greatly on the attitudes of their family.
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Our girl arrived eventually, looking momentarily baffled at her spiritual welcome before tiredly succumbing to mum and dad's hugs.
All the full color, full page illustrations are filled with humor and funny animal detail, but the coup de gras is the final page, showing Mother Hen, Father Pig, Father Duck, and Mother Sheep tiredly sitting down to enjoy a cup of tea together.
I reply a bit tiredly, but I'm game as he hasn't asked me to recount one to him in a while, and I'm loathe to relinquish our mutual passion for tale-telling.
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Instead, she tiredly whispered that she'd rather them not, and it wasn't long after that she was admitted into the isolation ward and never left the hospital again.
And so it was, as we tiredly wandered over the bank to a small house and workshop set up, with the moth eaten remnants of tourism chalets scattered about in once picturesque abandon.