wearily


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Related to wearily: haughtily, enigmatically, wantonly

wea·ry

 (wîr′ē)
adj. wea·ri·er, wea·ri·est
1. Physically or mentally tired.
2. Expressive of or prompted by tiredness: a weary smile.
3. Having one's interest, forbearance, or indulgence worn out: weary of delays.
4. Causing fatigue; tiresome: a weary wait.
tr. & intr.v. wea·ried, wea·ry·ing, wea·ries
To make or become weary. See Synonyms at tire1.

[Middle English weri, from Old English wērig.]

wea′ri·ly adv.
wea′ri·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.wearily - in a weary mannerwearily - in a weary manner; "he walked around tiredly"
Translations
بِتَعَب، بإرْهاق
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elernyedtenernyedtenfáradtan
òreytulega
yorgun bir şekilde

wearily

[ˈwɪərɪlɪ] ADV (= with tiredness) → con cansancio; (= dispiritedly) → con desaliento
she smiled/sighed wearilysonrió/suspiró cansada

wearily

[ˈwɪərɪli] advavec lassitude

wearily

adv saymüde; smile, gaze, nod, sighmatt

wearily

[ˈwɪərɪlɪ] advstancamente

weary

(ˈwiəri) adjective
tired; with strength or patience exhausted. a weary sigh; He looks weary; I am weary of his jokes.
verb
to (cause to) become tired. The patient wearies easily; Don't weary the patient.
ˈwearily adverb
ˈweariness noun
ˈwearisome adjective
causing weariness. a wearisome journey.
ˈwearisomely adverb
References in classic literature ?
He called wearily for help, but there was no response.
So his feet fell wearily upon the thickly carpeted floor of the corridor, and his face was unusually drawn and haggard as he opened the door of his sitting-room.
Hester wearily secured her door, wearily lit the candles, wearily put the pen and ink on the table.
But was anything in life, Anne asked herself wearily, like one's imagination of it?
Me Charley," the man muttered apologetically and wearily.
I slept the afternoon away under the trees, and when my father roused me at sundown it was a very sick little boy that got up and dragged wearily homeward.
Now when these poor sun-burnt mariners, bare-footed, and with their trowsers rolled high up on their eely legs, had wearily hauled their fat fish high and dry, promising themselves a good 150 pounds from the precious oil and bone; and in fantasy sipping rare tea with their wives, and good ale with their cronies, upon the strength of their respective shares; up steps a very learned and most Christian and charitable gentleman, with a copy of Blackstone under his arm; and laying it upon the whale's head, he says -- Hands off
People said it was heartbreaking to hear her call her child, and raise her head and listen a whole minute at a time, then lay it wearily down again with a moan.
Pierre took his feet off the table, stood up, and lay down on a bed that had been got ready for him, glancing now and then at the newcomer, who, with a gloomy and tired face, was wearily taking off his wraps with the aid of his servant, and not looking at Pierre.
When he was gone, Rosamond left her chair and walked to the other end of the room, leaning when she got there against a chiffonniere, and looking out of the window wearily.
The fifth time it happened, Miss Polly moved her head wearily.
Presently, as she walked on wearily, she heard the rumbling of heavy wheels behind her; a covered waggon was coming, creeping slowly along with a slouching driver cracking his whip beside the horses.