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Correct spelling:
tired

What does the acronym tired stand for?

TIRED abbreviation definitions:
–  THIRTYSOMETHING INDEPENDENT RADICAL EDUCATED Dropout
–  Thirtysomething Independent Radical Educated Drop

Synonyms:

adjective
all
tired.
corny
oldfashioned, old fashioned.
dead
wearied, inoperable, sterile.
done for
ausgespielt, packed-up, washed up, kaput, packed up.
drunken
groggy.
dull
repetitious, prosy, longwinded, big yawn, oft-repeated, usual thing, repetitive, uninspiring, run of the mill.
enervated
unnerved, enervated, out of shape, gone to seed, out of gas, out of condition, on the ropes.
epicene
feminine, epicene.
exhausted, weary
distressed, wasted, broken-down, irked, faint, droopy, drowsy, tuckered out, fed up, drained, enervated, beat, haggard, jaded, run-down, annoyed, sick of, asleep, finished, irritated, empty, narcoleptic, played out, worn out, done in, sleepy, all in, fatigued, stale, Collapsing, Overworked, flagging, burned out, exasperated, worn, drooping, petered out, dog-tired, spent, overtaxed, done for, Pooped, Prostrated, dead on one's feet, bored, fagged, consumed.
fatigued
sluggish, run down, Flagged, fatigued, run-down, done in, beat up, Frazzled, drowsy, weary, sleepy, enervated, finished, done for, consumed, Overworked, narcoleptic, broken-down, worn-out, Prostrated, Collapsing, fed up, tuckered out, overtaxed, worn to a frazzle, distressed, lethargic, pooped out, empty, exhausted, stale, unmanned, Wayworn, Pooped.
groggy
staggering, unsteady, hazy.
jaded
tired-out, done it all.
lethargic
drooping, indolent, benumbed, dull, unhurried, slow, slothful, lazy, insensible, apathetic, languid, languorous, torpid, sluggish, lifeless, leisurely, leaden, lethargic, lumpish, phlegmatic, lackadaisical, listless, drugged, dopey.
light-headed
swimmy, vertiginous.
lightheaded
emptyheaded, birdbrained.
musty
timeworn.
old
veteran, grizzled, along in years, not young, broken down, gray-haired, geriatric, oldish, past one's prime.
outmoded
fossilized, unstylish, disused, anachronistic, dinosaur, horse and buggy.
overwrought
over-excited, hot under collar, all shook up, hot-and-bothered, strung-out, keyed up, wound-up, freaked-out, in a state, overstrung, hyper, over-wrought, steamed up, strung out, worked-up, fired-up, keyed-up, unstrung.
scrubby
down-at-heel, down at heel, poter, Curer, all the worse for wear.
somnolent
nodding off, somnolent.
stereotyped
worn thin, played out.
threadbare
imitative.
washed-out
washed out, washed-out.
weak
Languishing.
weary
drowsy, footsore, listless, debilitated, Frazzled, wasted, worn-out, feeble, uphill, bored, fatigued, toilsome, limp, apathetic, over-weary, sleepy, cheerless, weak, run down, droopy, blue, trying, flaccid, depressed, faint, weary, exhausted, Wayworn.
noun
tired
threadbare, footsore, bleary, knackered, ragged, exhausted, drained, bored, hackneyed, unrefreshed, worn, shopworn, on your last legs, wearied, travel-worn, unrested, bleary-eyed, commonplace, beat, aweary, jaded, flagging, stock, burnt-out, worn-out, blear, raddled, blear-eyed, trite, weary, burned-out, fagged, drooping, washed-out, played out, dozy, whacked, careworn, all in, timeworn, spent, fatigued, unoriginal, drawn, well-worn, dead, world-weary, dog-tired, haggard, bushed, banal.
verb
bored
bored, annoyed, fatigued, sedated, Tranquilized, dulled, wearied.
fatigued
Wore, worn, tuckered, wore down, worn down, ran down, wore out.
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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