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Tired

Pronunciation of Tired
/tˈa͡ɪ͡əd/, /tˈa‍ɪ‍əd/, /t_ˈaɪə_d/

Antonyms for tired:

new, lively, rested, reinvigorated, unweary, active, fresh, unaccustomed, unfamiliar, unknown, unwearied, strange, animated, unheard-of, Energized, unprecedented, untired, novel, invigorated, refreshed, peppy.

Synonyms for tired:

Sense 2

platitudinous, untiring, exhaust, corny, emaciated, shrunken, rundown, indefatigable, unsettled, spiritless, lymphatic, unflagging, wan, weariness, fatigue, wearing, exhaustion, tire, stereotyped, disgusted, gumption, inexhaustible, Weariful, unquiet.

Sense 3

tire out, gaunt, initiative, starch, verve, vim, uneasy, punch, wear, vigor, vitality.

Sense 4

restless, unfailing, stale, cadaverous.

Sense 5

sick, enterprise.

Sense 6

musty.

Sense 7

drain.

Sense 11

burn.

burdened

Taxed.

drowsy

somnolent.

exhausted

done in, outworn, dead.

faint

lightheaded.

indolent

unenterprising.

out of breath

breathless.

sleepy

soporific.

tired

shattered, Whipped, wrecked, zonked, dozy, overtired, buggered, catatonic, stonkered, Zoned, strung-out, dazed, dopy, Dead beat, low, harried, beat.

twisted

wound.

worried

troubled.

dead (adjective)

wearied.

drunken (adjective)

groggy.

enervated (adjective)

enervated.

exhausted, weary (adjective)

faint, flagging, annoyed, wasted, dog-tired, enervated, Pooped, fagged, fatigued, droopy, jaded, worn, done in, spent, all in, Overworked, sleepy, drowsy, haggard, drooping, bored, drained, beat, stale, fed up, played out.

fatigued (adjective)

sleepy, lethargic, run down, worn-out, done in, Frazzled, enervated, drowsy, Overworked, exhausted, weary, Pooped, stale, Flagged, sluggish, fed up, Wayworn, fatigued.

lethargic (adjective)

languorous, slothful, drooping, apathetic, dopey, leaden, lazy, insensible, phlegmatic, leisurely, languid, listless, slow, sluggish, dull, torpid, drugged, lifeless, lethargic, benumbed, indolent, lackadaisical, unhurried, lumpish.

musty (adjective)

timeworn.

overwrought (adjective)

strung-out.

somnolent (adjective)

somnolent.

stereotyped (adjective)

played out.

washed-out (adjective)

washed-out.

weary (adjective)

limp, run down, flaccid, trying, toilsome, sleepy, worn-out, debilitated, Frazzled, apathetic, Wayworn, cheerless, exhausted, feeble, listless, over-weary, weary, bored, fatigued, wasted, uphill, blue, depressed, footsore, faint, droopy, drowsy, weak.

Sense 1 (noun)

humdrum.

Sense 2 (noun)

fed up, sick, disgusted.

Sense 3 (noun)

stale, platitudinous, stereotypical, musty, Overworked, platitudinal, warmed-over, stereotypic, bromidic, corny, overused, stereotyped.

tired (noun)

fagged, drained, worn, drawn, all in, shopworn, stock, knackered, bushed, exhausted, threadbare, unrefreshed, hackneyed, world-weary, washed-out, blear-eyed, worn-out, banal, drooping, burned-out, spent, commonplace, jaded, bleary, weary, haggard, dead, careworn, wearied, timeworn, fatigued, played out, bleary-eyed, bored, raddled, footsore, trite, burnt-out, well-worn, blear, ragged, whacked, dog-tired, flagging, aweary, unoriginal, dozy, beat, unrested, travel-worn.

bored (verb)

dulled, wearied, sedated, Tranquilized, bored, fatigued, annoyed.

fatigued (verb)

ran down, wore out, wore down, worn down, Wore, tuckered, worn.

Usage examples for tired:

  • I was never tired in my life!" - "Grenfell: Knight-Errant of the North", Fullerton Waldo.
  • I hope you're not so tired as you were. - "Entire PG Edition of The Works of William Dean Howells", William Dean Howells.

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