Examples of tired in a Sentence
I was really tired after the long trip.
She's too tired to go out tonight.
The children were tired after the hike.
We had to listen to the same old tired excuses again.
Recent Examples of tired from the Web
Bareilles set the tone for an elegant evening in a multi-tired caramel-color gown.
As four tired-looking marines limp along a beach featuring broken Halo gates, the brief tease concludes with a shot of Master Chief holding his iconic helmet at his waist before driving off into the sunset on a Warthog.
LeBron is a man who on some level is extremely tired with dealing with the people around him.
Here’s a fun thought: Forget Tristan Thompson, J.R. Smith and the rest of that tired Cleveland outfit — and plug in Philly.
When groups get tired or aren't moving quick enough to stay within their 90-minute window, they'll be pushed along by a 10 horsepower motor charged via rooftop solar panels.
Fernandez said a first-inning error allowed the game’s only run to score, and a tired Rams team couldn’t get on the board.
Thank you, @joannasimkin for beating my tired face to life.
Now: Giancarlo's mom, Amie Welsh, says her son has been a bit tired but otherwise is doing well.
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boring, colorless, drab, dreary, dry, dull, dusty, flat, heavy, humdrum, leaden, monotonous, numbing, old, pedestrian, ponderous, prosaic, stodgy, stuffy, tame, tedious, tiresome, tiring, uninteresting, vapid, wearisome, weary, wearying;
TIRED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tired for English Language Learners
: feeling a need to rest or sleep
: bored or annoyed by something because you have heard it, seen it, done it, etc., for a long time
: used over and over again
TIRED Defined for Kids
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