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Definition of "wearying" []

  • Present participle of weary. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "wearying" in a sentence
  • "The best hope lay in wearying out the besiegers; and there seemed to be more chance of this since the Gauls often could be seen from the heights, burying the corpses of their dead; their tall, bony forms looked gaunt and drooping, and, here and there, unburied carcasses lay amongst the ruins."
  • "Lembit alone is the kind of wearying bore I would hack my own arm off to escape if the situation demanded it."
  • "The staging is kind of wearying too, and the arrangement is early-'70s crass, but at least it's entertaining."
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