Another word for tire
tire 1weary fatigue exhaust jade 2Search Thesaurus
These verbs mean to cause or undergo depletion of strength, energy, spirit, interest, or patience. Tire often suggests a state resulting from exertion, excess, dullness, or ennui: “When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life” (Samuel Johnson). Weary often implies dissatisfaction, as that resulting from what is irksome or boring: found the long journey wearying; soon wearied of their constant bickering. Fatigue implies great weariness, as that caused by stress or overwork: “fatigued by an endless rotation of thought and wild alarms” (Mary Wollstonecraft). To exhaust means to wear out completely, and it connotes total draining of physical or emotional strength: “Like all people who try to exhaust a subject, he exhausted his listeners” (Oscar Wilde). Jade refers principally to dullness that most often results from overindulgence: “Contemplation of works of art without understanding them jades the faculties and enslaves the intelligence” (John Ruskin).
Another word for tireverb
To diminish the strength and energy of:drain, fatigue, jade, wear, wear down, wear out, weary. See tired
To fatigue with dullness or tedium:bore, weary. See excite