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Definition of "wearier" []

  • Comparative form of weary: more weary (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "wearier" in a sentence
  • "But she thought of Ilario lying on his bed, sick unto death, and she drew her long, blue cloak around her, and pressed onward, her feet growing wearier from the effort of walking through the sickening slime, which clogged her steps and seemed to freeze the life within her."
  • "The early morning accord has provided just enough time for even wearier legislative staff to work through the night to compile the budget and distribute it to the 140 members of the General Assembly in time for a vote on the document around 5 p.m."
  • "In Dinaw Mengestu's beautifully written and wearier update of the coming-to-America story, refugees and their offspring cross a lot of bridges, but none of them ever find the clean well-lighted place of their dreams."