- dulled or satiated by overindulgence: a jaded appetite.
- worn out or wearied, as by overwork or overuse.
- dissipated: a jaded reprobate.
Origin of jaded
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Examples from the Web for unjaded
What has that arc been like, from that unjaded little girl seeing that film to the unjaded woman starring in Another Happy Day?Ellen Barkin on 'Another Happy Day,' Sam Levinson, and Being a 'Broad'
November 16, 2011
The grammar he had taken along he went through again and again until his unjaded brain had mastered it.Martin Eden
So, for a man who has all his senses alive and unjaded, the hard and bare life has its compensations.The Western Front
Everything was new to their young blood and unjaded senses in this “Land of the Rising Sun.”Baseball Joe Around the World
- exhausted or dissipated
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Word Origin and History for unjaded
"bored by continual indulgence," 1630s; past participle adjective from jade (v.).
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