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ennuied

ennuyed ennuy (French ɑ̃nɥije)

adjective
  1. affected with ennui; bored
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Related Words

annoy, depress, dishearten, exasperate, dispirit, displease, jade, overwork, irritate, drain, irk, fatigue, wear, disgust, fail, bore, worry, complaining, displeased, disappointed

Examples from the Web for ennuied

Historical Examples

  • The king was ennuied to death, and became daily more dull and heavy.

    Memoirs of the Comtesse du Barry

    Etienne Leon Lamothe-Langon

  • Miss Larrabee used to call him the first aid to the ennuied.

    In Our Town

    William Allen White

  • He is not ennuied any more, for he has found something to do.

    Nasby in Exile

    David R. Locke

  • Then I wrote at the top of the paper, 'Thesaurus for the Ennuied.'

    Selina

    George Madden Martin

  • Cherrie's welcome to her lover was uncommonly cordial, for she was ennuied nearly to death.

    A Changed Heart

    May Agnes Fleming