[adjective oh-ver-weer-ee; verb oh-ver-weer-ee]
verb (used with object), o·ver·wea·ried, o·ver·wea·ry·ing.
  1. to weary to excess; overcome with weariness.

Origin of overweary

First recorded in 1570–80; over- + weary
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Examples from the Web for overweary

Historical Examples of overweary

  • Send me this good horse to the stables, sahib; I am overweary.

    Rung Ho!

    Talbot Mundy

  • Washington's face never betrayed him, but a glad look came to the overweary eyes.

    Then Marched the Brave

    Harriet T. Comstock