(usually postpositive) informal annoyed, discontented, or bored: I'm fed up with your conduct
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How to use fed up in a sentence
Yes, people are generally fed up or simply bored of the protests and the disruptions caused.
Then he adds with resignation, “My wife eventually got fed up and decided we should go get the sushi.”Adventure Photographer Jimmy Chin: Defying the Rational, Physically and Creatively | Oliver Jones | October 6, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
But with Americans fed up with corporate influence, will the move backfire?
fed up of being surrounded by a revolving cast of affluent crashing bores, I vowed to get out more.The Hell of the Hamptons: Why the Exclusive Hotspot Is a Mind-Numbing Drag | Robert Gold | August 18, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Finally the guy gets fed up and throws the parrot in the freezer to punish him.Robin Williams, Hollywood’s Grand Jester, Is Dead at 63 | Marlow Stern | August 12, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Cash and I tried to sleep on kitchen roof but the darned mosquitoes fed up on us and then played heavenly choir all night.Cabin Fever | B. M. Bower
They were miserable, "fed up," but merry; that strange combination one sees so much of out here.In the Ranks of the C.I.V. | Erskine Childers
Roving and changing and mucking about in crowds—no; I was fed up with that when he sent me away to school.Where the Pavement Ends | John Russell
John Bull (fed up): "Please, sir, need I have quite so many good things?"Mr. Punch's History of Modern England Vol. IV of IV. | Charles L. Graves
And Mr. Edmondson had asked her whether she did not get “fed up” with painting towards the end of the day!Gray youth | Oliver Onions