Definition of bone-tired in English:

bone-tired

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(also bone-weary)

adjective

Extremely tired.
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  • The four companies retire in an orderly fashion, the fatigued, bone-tired men nonetheless maintaining restraint.
  • All I know, ultimately, is that it is bone-weary to be lonely all the time.
  • I really needed to rest and recuperate on holiday but that didn't really happen and I am bone-weary most of the time, now.

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