Synonyms of weary in English:

weary

adjective

  • 1 he arrived home weary after cycling several miles
    informal all in, done (in/up), dead, dead beat, dead tired, dead on one's feet, asleep on one's feet, ready to drop, fagged out, burnt out, bushed, worn to a frazzle, shattered
    British informal knackered, whacked
    North American informal pooped, tuckered out
    [Antonyms] energetic, fresh
  • 2 she was weary of their constant arguments
    tired of, fed up with, bored with/by, sick of, sick and tired of, jaded with/by, surfeited with/by, satiated by, glutted with/by;
    (be weary of)have had enough of
    informal have had a basinful of, have had it up to here with, have had something up to here
    [Antonyms] enthusiastic
  • verb

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  • 1 she was wearied by her persistent cough
    informal whack, bush, shatter, frazzle, wear to a frazzle, poop, take it out of, fag out, do in, knock out
    British informal knacker
    [Antonyms] refresh
  • 2 this must be stated again at the risk of wearying the reader
    bore, tire, make fed up;
    irk, irritate, exhaust someone's patience, annoy, exasperate, get on someone's nerves
    informal get to
    [Antonyms] interest
  • 3 her friend had also wearied of the struggle
    tire of, become/get weary of, become/get tired of, become/get fed up with, become/get fed to death with, become/get bored with/by, become/get satiated with, become/get jaded with, become/get sick of, become/get sick to death of, sicken of;
    have had enough of, have had a surfeit of, have had a glut of
    informal become/get bored of, have had something up to here
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