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Correct spelling:
Weary; tired.


aweary, weary.
tired, weary.
Examples of usage:
  1. See ye not that the maiden is aweary? – A Maid at King Alfred’s Court by Lucy Foster Madison
  2. The soft moss wooed him, somewhat aweary with world contact; she filled his eyes. – A Man and His Money by Frederic Stewart Isham
  3. In the last trumpet- notes of Macbeth's defiance and despair, in the last rallying cry of the hero reawakened in the tyrant at his utmost hour of need, there have been men and scholars, Englishmen and editors, who have detected the alien voice of a pretender, the false ring of a foreign blast that was not blown by Shakespeare; words that for centuries past have touched with fire the hearts of thousands in each age since they were first inspired- words with the whole sound in them of battle or a breaking sea, with the whole soul of pity and terror mingled and melted into each other in the fierce last speech of a spirit grown " aweary of the sun," have been calmly transferred from the account of Shakespeare to the score of Middleton. – A Study of Shakespeare by Algernon Charles Swinburne
  4. But though I waited long and well, He never came at all, I grew aweary of the void, Even of the light foot- fall. – Lundy's Lane and Other Poems by Duncan Campbell Scott
  5. Then turning suddenly to the Earl of Alban: Come, my Lord, said he; I am aweary with all this coil. – Men of Iron by Ernie Howard Pyle