- An hour later and I was beginning to tire after a long hard day.
- The teachers have an important role in the protection of children, but they too live in the same difficult, tiring and often very frightening or humiliating situation.
- Repairing people for a living can be rewarding but it's also is stressful, tiring and sometimes just awful.
- I skipped entire chapters, reading slices of sections until I tire of the plot.
- But all writer-actors say that until they tire of spending days alone with a computer.
- Bart tires of Homer's lack of interest in him and chooses another father from the Bigger Brother program.
- There's nothing to indicate he's lost stride or that he's tired or bored of his schtick.
- The voice was tired and bored, but not impolite.
- By the end of the third debate, his nine or 10 stock points had begun to lose their shine, and he began to appear like a weary salesman, tiring both himself and his audience with his spiel.
Old English tēorian 'fail, come to an end', also 'become physically exhausted', of unknown origin.
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- Each breath seems belabored and more tiring than beneficial.
- Fending off stealth ninjas with cardboard swords is very tiring.
- The shocks absorber setting allows maximum contact between the tire and the road surface.
- In situations where you would expect understeer on street tyres, the sticky rubber endows the front end with amazing grip.
- The Rascal is a tracked vehicle with six double road wheels with rubber tyres on each side.
- The derailed train cars were carrying tires and mixed merchandise.
- These vehicles are not Hi-Rail equipped but do have a steel flange fastened on the inside of the tires.
- One problem the team had to overcome was that zinc oxide, which is an essential component of the tires, disrupts the coupling process.
late 15th century (denoting the curved pieces of iron plate with which carriage wheels were formerly shod): perhaps a shortening of attire (because the tire was the “clothing” of the wheel).