Definition I'm tired of

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Definition

to be sick of / tired of (doing sthg): to have had enough of, to become discouraged by (doing sthg)
idiom
I'm tired of these silly exercises!
I'm sick of Henry always being off-side!

sick: ill, unwell, not healthy
adjective

tired: exhausted, fatigued, in need of sleep
adjective

Examples

  • "I'm tired of phone calls and I'm tired of these walls."
  • "I'm tired of meeting and I'm tired of greeting."
  • "I'm sick of the hirings, I'm sick of the firings."
  • "I'm sick of the faxes and I'm sick of the taxes."
  • "Todd : Okay, you know what, I'm tired of these stereotypes."
  • "I'm sick of your insinuations."

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