Inflected Form(s): tired; tir·ing
Etymology: Middle English tyren, from Old English tEorian, tyrian
intransitive senses : to become weary
1 : to exhaust or greatly decrease the physical strength of : FATIGUE
2 : to wear out the patience of : BORE
synonyms TIRE, WEARY, FATIGUE, EXHAUST, JADE, FAG mean to make or become unable or unwilling to continue. TIRE implies a draining of one's strength or patience (the long ride tired us out). WEARY stresses tiring until one is unable to endure more of the same thing
Had a long week end...I think I need a hug...Yes I can be sensitive at times...Sometimes you just need a hug to get you through the day...Look how happy Castro looks with just a little hug...
I don't think ya'll feel me...I'll keep you posted