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of Jade


jaded, wearied.
exhausted, indifferent
blah, bored, cool, dulled, fagged, fatigued, fed up, mellow, sated, satiated, sick of, spent, surfeited, tired, wearied, weary, worn, worn-out, had it, up to here, been around, blasé, done it all, tired-out, worn-down.
all in, dog-tired, played out, Dead beat, Dog-weary, overtired, ready to drop, dead-beat, dead-tired, dog tired, fagged out, lassitudinous, out of gas, washed out.
had it, bone-tired, dead tired.
bored, fatigued, spent, worn-out.
satiate, satiated, tired, wearied.
Examples of usage:
  1. But since we are not that party, let your jaded beasts travel at a more reasonable speed. – The Shame of Motley by Raphael Sabatini
  2. Uncle Ben went fast asleep on my back, being jaded and shaken beyond his strength, for a man of three- score and five; and as soon he felt assured of safety he would talk no more. – Lorna Doone, A Romance of Exmoor by R. D. Blackmore
  3. The Scot's jaded wardrobe was cleaned, mended, refreshed. – Foes by Mary Johnston
  4. If this were the result of a few years' experience, what would she feel when she had grown jaded with time and everything was stale? – Prescott of Saskatchewan by Harold Bindloss
  5. I say he might have done all this, because I am persuaded that none of those I have named were so convinced of his perfidy, so jaded with his yoke, or so much piqued personally against him as I was; and yet if he would have exerted himself in concert with us to improve the few advantages which were left us and to ward off the visible danger which threatened our persons and our party, I would have stifled my private animosity and would have acted under him with as much zeal as ever. – Letters to Sir William Windham and Mr. Pope by Lord Bolingbroke