aweary, a-weary (adj.) Old form(s): a wearie , a weary
weary, tired
AW I.iii.43[Clown to Countess] the knaves come to do that for me which I am aweary of
AW IV.v.54[Lafew to Clown] I begin to be aweary of thee
JC IV.iii.94[Cassius to Brutus] Cassius is aweary of the world
Mac V.v.49[Macbeth to himself] I 'gin to be aweary of the sun
MV I.ii.1[Portia to Nerissa] my little body is aweary of this great world
RJ II.v.25[Nurse to Juliet] I am aweary
TC IV.ii.7.1[Cressida to Troilus] Are you a-weary of me?
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