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Search phrase: tire

Plays

 13 result(s).
PlayKey LineModern TextOriginal Text
A Midsummer Night's DreamMND III.i.89As true as truest horse that yet would never tire,As true as truest horse, that yet would neuer tyre,
A Midsummer Night's DreamMND III.i.94cue is past. It is ‘ never tire.’cue is past; it is neuer tyre.
A Midsummer Night's DreamMND III.i.96As true as truest horse, that yet would never tire.as true as truest horse, that yet would neuer tyre:
CoriolanusCor I.i.43accusations. He hath faults, with surplus, to tire inAccusations he hath faults (with surplus) to tyre in
Henry VI Part 33H6 I.i.269Tire on the flesh of me and of my son!Tyre on the flesh of me, and of my Sonne.
Much Ado About NothingMA I.i.286And tire the hearer with a book of words.And tire the hearer with a booke of words:
Much Ado About NothingMA III.iv.12I like the new tire within excellently, if theI like the new tire within excellently, if the
OthelloOth II.i.65.1Does tire the ingener.Do's tyre the Ingeniuer.
PericlesPer III.ii.21Rich tire about you, should at these early hoursrich tire about you, should at these early howers,
Richard IIIR3 IV.iv.189Which in the day of battle tire thee moreWhich in the day of Battell tyre thee more
The Merry Wives of WindsorMW III.iii.53the ship-tire, the tire-valiant, or any tire of Venetianthe Ship-tyre, the Tyre-valiant, or any Tire of Venetian
The Two Gentlemen of VeronaTG IV.iv.182If I had such a tire this face of mineIf I had such a Tyre, this face of mine
The Winter's TaleWT I.ii.15.1To tire your royalty.To tyre your Royaltie.

Poems

 1 result(s).
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The Rape of LucreceLuc.707 Till, like a jade, Self-will himself doth tire. Till like a Iade, self-will himselfe doth tire.

Glossary

 69 result(s).
abiliment(usually plural) clothes, dress, attire, outfit
accouter, accoutreattire, equip, array
accoutrements, accoustrementsclothes, outfit, attire
addressdress, array, attire
altogetherentirely, wholly, exclusively
arrayattire, clothes, clothing, dress
arrayclothe, dress, attire
artere, artire[early spelling of ‘artery’] sinew, ligament, tendon
artire[early spelling of 'artery'] sinew, ligament, tendon
attirehead-dress
attiredwrapped, clothed, swathed
attirementoutfit, clothing, garment
aweary, a-wearyweary, tired
breatheexercise, exhaust, tire out
closenesssolitude, seclusion, retirement
deckarray, attire, adorn
directlyexactly, rightly, entirely
dog-wearydog-tired, exhausted
dullness, dulnesssleepiness, drowsiness, tiredness
entiresincere, genuine, earnest
entirelysincerely, heartily
exactlycompletely, totally, entirely
fairlyfully, completely, entirely
fatigatefatigued, weary, tired
fordoneexhausted, tired out, worn out
fullwhole, entire, complete
fullfullness, entire range, complete scope
gearattire, dress, clothes
giveretire, yield, back off
giveretire, give up a trade, abandon a way of life
grosswhole, total, entire
habiliment(usually plural) clothes, dress, attire, outfit
heavytedious, tiresome, uninteresting
hempenin clothing made of hemp, rustically attired
journey-batedweakened by travel, tired-out
mainlyentirely, completely, totally
mered[unclear meaning] sole, entire; particular, specific
merelycompletely, totally, entirely
ornament(plural) robes, garments, attire
quitetotally, completely, entirely
retireretreat, withdrawal
retireretreat, pull back, withdraw
retirewithdraw, take oneself away
retiredraw back, pull back, yield
retiredretiring, reserved, withdrawn
retiredwithdrawn, secluded, cloistered
retiredretreating, receded, subsiding
retirementwithdrawal, returning [to one's rooms]
retirementsomething to fall back on
retirementretreat, withdrawal, falling back
satiresatirist, derider
seasickweary of sea travel, tired of voyaging
shadowshade, seclusion, place of retirement
ship-tirefashionable head-dress shaped like a ship
solelywholly, entirely, altogether
thinkfeel time passing slowly, tire of waiting
tirehead-dress, ornament for the head, raiment
tirefeed greedily, prey ravenously
tireexhaust, tire out; or: attire, clothe
tirefittings, furnishings, trappings
tirebe exercised, be actively engaged
tiredattired, equipped with trappings
tire-valiantfine head-dress
toilexhaust, tire out, fatigue
totalcompletely, entirely, totally
trimdress, attire, make [oneself] ready
untirabletireless, inexhaustible, indefatigable
wearwear out, weary, tire
woman-tiredhenpecked, torn apart by a woman

Thesaurus

 48 result(s).
attiretire
attireaccoutrements, accoustrements
attireabiliment
attireaddress
attirearray
attirearray
attirehabiliment
attiregear
attireornament
attiredeck
attiretrim
attireaccouter, accoutre
attiredtired
dog-tireddog-weary
entirefull
entiregross
entiremered
entire rangefull
entirelyfairly
entirelysolely
entirelyquite
entirelymainly
entirelymerely
entirelyexactly
entirelydirectly
entirelytotal
entirelyaltogether
range, entirefull
retiregive
retiregive
retirementcloseness
retirement, place ofshadow
rustically attiredhempen
tirewear
tire of waitingthink
tire outtoil
tire outbreathe
tire out [clothes]tire
tiredfatigate
tiredaweary, a-weary
tired of voyagingseasick
tired outfordone
tirednessdullness, dulness
tired-outjourney-bated
tirelessuntirable
tiresomeheavy
voyaging, tired of seasick
waiting, tire ofthink

Words Families

 11 result(s).
Word FamilyWord Family GroupWords
ATTIREBASICtire n, tired adj
ATTIRETYPEtire-valiant n
TIRE [clothing]BASICsee ATTIRE
TIRE [feed]BASICtire v
TIRE [weary]BASICtire v, tired adj
TIRE [weary]PEOPLEwoman-tired adj
TIRE [weary]NOTuntired adj
UNTIREDBASICsee TIRE [weary]
VALIANTCLOTHINGtire-valiant n
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