- v exhaust or get tired through overuse or great strain or stress
- v lose interest or become bored with something or somebody
- s producing exhaustion
- The search for victims continued for long, wearying hours.
- But just four months after the coup, local polls show that the Thai public is wearying of military rule.
- Once she finishes her exercises, Rice starts pounding a different treadmill a wearying circuit of meetings with Israeli and Palestinians, who do little more than blame one .
- Jared Paul Stern in New York Times
Reflecting on those early years, Mr. Stern said: "Obviously it's exciting, and I think if you are young and out doing that kind of thing, it is great. As time goes on it gets a little wearying."
- Brian Goorjian in Sydney Morning Herald
It's been a bloody good run but, to be truthful, it can be wearying in Sydney to feel like even a good season isn't good enough,Goorjian said. "No one wants to know about the Kings unless they're in a grand final. We've wanted to lift the...