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Correct spelling:
tired

Synonyms:

adjective
all
tired.
corny
old fashioned, oldfashioned.
dead
sterile, wearied, inoperable.
done for
kaput, ausgespielt, packed up, packed-up, washed up.
drunken
groggy.
dull
prosy, repetitious, repetitive, usual thing, uninspiring, longwinded, oft-repeated, big yawn, run of the mill.
enervated
enervated, unnerved, out of condition, out of shape, gone to seed, on the ropes, out of gas.
epicene
epicene, feminine.
exhausted, weary
all in, annoyed, asleep, beat, bored, broken-down, consumed, distressed, dog-tired, done for, drained, drooping, droopy, drowsy, empty, enervated, exasperated, fagged, faint, fatigued, fed up, finished, flagging, haggard, irritated, jaded, narcoleptic, played out, sick of, sleepy, spent, stale, wasted, worn, Overworked, Collapsing, Pooped, Prostrated, irked, done in, overtaxed, tuckered out, worn out, dead on one's feet, petered out, run-down, burned out.
fatigued
enervated, Flagged, broken-down, consumed, distressed, done for, drowsy, empty, exhausted, fatigued, fed up, finished, lethargic, narcoleptic, sleepy, sluggish, stale, unmanned, weary, worn-out, Overworked, Wayworn, Frazzled, run down, beat up, Collapsing, Pooped, Prostrated, done in, overtaxed, pooped out, tuckered out, worn to a frazzle, run-down.
groggy
hazy, staggering, unsteady.
jaded
done it all, tired-out.
lethargic
apathetic, benumbed, dopey, drooping, drugged, dull, indolent, insensible, lackadaisical, languid, languorous, lazy, leaden, leisurely, lethargic, lifeless, listless, lumpish, phlegmatic, slothful, slow, sluggish, torpid, unhurried.
light-headed
vertiginous, swimmy.
lightheaded
birdbrained, emptyheaded.
musty
timeworn.
old
grizzled, veteran, geriatric, gray-haired, oldish, along in years, broken down, not young, past one's prime.
outmoded
horse and buggy, anachronistic, dinosaur, disused, fossilized, unstylish.
overwrought
overstrung, unstrung, over-excited, strung-out, keyed up, steamed up, in a state, over-wrought, all shook up, fired-up, freaked-out, hot under collar, hot-and-bothered, hyper, keyed-up, strung out, worked-up, wound-up.
scrubby
Curer, down-at-heel, all the worse for wear, down at heel, poter.
somnolent
somnolent, nodding off.
stereotyped
played out, worn thin.
threadbare
imitative.
washed-out
washed-out, washed out.
weak
Languishing.
weary
blue, cheerless, debilitated, depressed, droopy, drowsy, exhausted, faint, feeble, flaccid, footsore, limp, sleepy, toilsome, trying, uphill, wasted, weak, weary, worn-out, Wayworn, Frazzled, run down, over-weary, apathetic, bored, fatigued, listless.
noun
tired
all in, aweary, banal, beat, blear, blear-eyed, bleary, bleary-eyed, bored, burned-out, burnt-out, bushed, careworn, commonplace, dead, dog-tired, dozy, drained, drawn, drooping, exhausted, fagged, fatigued, flagging, footsore, hackneyed, haggard, jaded, knackered, played out, raddled, ragged, shopworn, spent, stock, threadbare, timeworn, travel-worn, trite, unoriginal, unrefreshed, unrested, washed-out, wearied, weary, well-worn, whacked, world-weary, worn, worn-out, on your last legs.
verb
bored
annoyed, bored, dulled, fatigued, sedated, wearied, Tranquilized.
fatigued
worn, Wore, ran down, tuckered, wore down, wore out, worn down.
refreshed
fresh.
Examples of usage:
  1. " I say, are you tired? – Menhardoc by George Manville Fenn
  2. You're tired, I see. – Dorian by Nephi Anderson
  3. I was so tired, mother. – A Singer from the Sea by Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr
  4. Do you know, I am quite tired. – Alexander's Bridge and The Barrel Organ by Willa Cather and Alfred Noyes
  5. And now here was a girl all tired out and a long way from home. – Starr, of the Desert by B. M Bower

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