He said, "I am aweary, aweary, I wish these flies were dead."
I am aweary, good strangers, I pray you lead me to her grave.
I am aweary of these borrowed letters, --Borrowed love-makings!
He was aweary, he said, and indeed he looked it; but he would not alight.
He was aweary of the business of his kingdom, and wished only to end his days quietly near his three daughters.
“Well, but I am not aweary, and have no aventures to tell,” Milly makes answer.
We are aweary now, and would fain return to our comrades on the shore, but we will return by and by.
I am most sad and most aweary Of this routine of state, unrestful splendor.
It is all picturesque enough; but the fact is, we are aweary.
I often think of that speech of Macbeth's, "I 'gin to be aweary of the sun."