tired / tīrd/ • adj. in need of sleep or rest; weary: Fisher rubbed his tired eyes she was tired out now that the strain was over. ∎ (tired of) bored with: I have to look after these animals when you get tired of them. ∎ (of a thing) no longer fresh or in good condition: a few boxes of tired vegetables. ∎ (esp. of a statement or idea) boring or uninteresting because overfamiliar: tired clichés like the “information revolution.” DERIVATIVES: tired·ly adv. tired·ness n.
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