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- teiarswedi blinodiflinoteiarstiresome
Noun(1) hoop that covers a wheel
Verb(1) lose interest or become bored with something or somebody(2) exhaust or get tired through overuse or great strain or stress(3) deplete(4) cause to be bored
(1) The shocks absorber setting allows maximum contact between the tire and the road surface.(2) But I began to tire , and I realised that if I rested and trod water, I would undo all the progress I had made.(3) soon the ascent grew steeper and he began to tire(4) As the half wore on Abbeyleix began to tire , they looked disgruntled and they had given their all; it was not to be their day.(5) The little man from Papua New Guinea was the first to sense that Wakefield were beginning to tire and, according to Radlinski, he let his teammates know.(6) There is an advantage, but not necessarily due to the actual contact patch of the tire .(7) An hour later and I was beginning to tire after a long hard day.(8) Rusedski, still feeling the effects of more than three hours work on Friday, began to tire in the third and fourth sets while Murray took his time to get going.(9) Ismay Macdonald and Leanne Cashion enjoyed several fine runs from defence, as the Oxford side began to tire under the barrage of pressure.(10) Only when Preston's legs began to tire , their persistence and courage finally waning, did Everton break through again.(11) Scores were getting harder to come by as both sides tightened up their game and Tinnahinch began to tire after their early hectic pace.(12) As the visitors began to tire Mark Triffitt and Mark Crangle scored to give Osbaldwick a valuable 4-2 win.(13) Nottingham, however, proved unable to match Oxford's stamina, and, as they began to tire , Oxford piled on the pressure.(14) Hoggard began to tire slightly but he remained a threat and after being bowled through his ten overs he had the magnificent figures of four for 39.(15) With the only substitute available already on they began to tire on the huge, heavy pitch.(16) Bonniconlon at this stage began to tire and with the Belmullet midfield and half back line in top form Belmullet ran out winners.
1. weaken ::
2. fatigue ::
3. weary of ::
4. jade ::
5. exhaust ::
6. wear down ::
gwisgo i lawr
7. bore ::
Different Formstire, tired, tireless, tires, tiresome, tiring
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