[ uh-weer-ee ]

  1. wearied or tired; fatigued.

Origin of aweary

First recorded in 1545–55; a-1 + weary

Words Nearby aweary Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use aweary in a sentence

  • I was as weary as a dog, although I had never been told that gentlemen riding amid such adventures were ever aweary.

    The O'Ruddy | Stephen Crane
  • Perhaps he is, like me, getting aweary of the whole thing, and wishes he were well out of it.

  • And now came the children, somewhat aweary with their wild play, and sought the quiet enjoyment of Grandfather's talk.

    Grandfather's Chair | Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • I know thou hast had a long day's ride, and must be aweary, but I felt I could not sleep until I had speech with thee again.

    The Coming of the King | James Hocking
  • Andrea arived heare and sent me word he was aweary, yet ment sowne after to com and speak with me.