How to use Tiring in a sentence
Tiring of the monotony of a scholastic life, he joined a troupe of travelling actors.
It may get a little tiring for some people.
Rapidly tiring of office drudgery, he leaped at the chance to head the publishing firm which was founded in 1809.
She had been flirting with him and enjoying his clever side steps for the last few days, but she was tiring of the game.
The worst thing about personalized football calendar is that it isnÃt amazingly tiring toward the end of its life.Advertisement
For Russell's History of Western Philosophy is simply too long, too episodic, too tiring to be read like that.
It had been a tiring day and but for the run over the S. & C. would have been a total flop.
According to his owners, Otto remained active, although a little slower, right up until his final day with them when they noticed that he was suddenly tiring easily.
It's also less tiring because you don't have to keep squeezing the lever so hard.
Julia Roberts has admitted she's finding motherhood tiring.Advertisement
ItÃ¢s tiring on the soul, because you have to keep reminding yourself that you are not a complete sociopath.
On the downside tho, hours are often unsociable and the job can easily become quite tiring.
The best thing about Iq Test Gift Pack is that its amazingly tiring to search for.
The second half was a slightly different affair with the Leys exerting far more control over a visibly tiring Perse midfield.
It was physically tiring to be on my feet for 10 solid hours for 2 days running.Advertisement
Our lives are very sedentary and mentally tiring, which leads to a higher possibility of heart disease and other health risks.
It is however, bloody tiring after a while.
Latin American cultures have traditionally had a great respect formachismobut women are now tiring of this aggressive masculinity.
Latin American cultures have traditionally had a great respect for machismo but women are now tiring of this aggressive masculinity.
As time goes on and you notice that she may be tiring of those toys a little, put some of them away and pull out some of her new ones.Advertisement
When game playing gets tiring, try one of the many online puzzles available or click on the "More Halloween Fun" tab for craft activities.
For example riding a bike may be fun for one person yet another person may find it a tiring and painful experience.
Daniel Day-Lewis has a history of tiring of the film industry, once leaving to become a cabinet maker and again leaving the industry to become a cobbler.
Tiring workdays and everyday stresses can make it hard to stay in shape.
However, the sound of sword hacking and slashing can get a little tiring and repetitive.Advertisement
This trick will allow your dog to go on constant walks without tiring.
It is great when you first start a quest, but if you keep failing, it can get a little tiring.
Patent ductus arteriosus-quick tiring, slow growth, susceptibility to pneumonia, and rapid breathing.
Tiring easily or becoming irritated are other common symptoms.
Yes, men like to fix things, but if you are helpless all the time it can be tiring and old.Advertisement
Vera Wang's chic ballerina slippers are great for slipping into after a tiring day.
And getting from one corner of the city to another can be very tiring.
By March, most people are tiring of Old Man Winter's bitter chill and are looking to escape to warmer climates.
Ideally, your workout should begin with the larger muscles of your chest and back to avoid tiring the smaller muscles of your forearms too soon.
Tiring of the conservative mind set of Manhattan at the time, Mellinger decided to move his business to Hollywood, renaming it Frederick's of Hollywood.Advertisement
Finger foods remain popular, but the same old things can be tiring.
The planned reality show may end up being a tough sell to American networks since the public seems to be tiring of Suleman and her kids.
The adjustable backrest allows training without tiring the muscles of the back.
M off to work; I have a rather grim morning, or at least a tiring one.
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Congestive heart failure-difficulty breathing, swelling, quick tiring, and feeding problems in infants.
If you've never heard Blonde Redhead before, the easiest point of reference to give you is the mighty Sonic Youth, but surely Blonde Redhead must be tiring of this comparison.
The coating can shrink light halos, keep your eyes from tiring too rapidly and allow people to see through your lenses--and right into your eyes--with no light reflecting back at them.
Chances are, the emotional nature of this water sign will very quickly become tiring to an air sign, unless this breezy one's chart has several water signs to compensate.
It can get pretty tiring swinging that Wii Remote around, doing yoga with Wii Fit, and playing a variety of other physically active games, so you may want to curl up with a good movie afterward.Advertisement
He was interested in many things, and threw himself with ardour into whatever he took up; he contrived schemes quickly, and pushed them on with an energy which usually made them succeed when no long time was needed, for, if a project was delayed, there was a risk of his tiring of it and dropping it.
I admit I was sulking, not sure who was annoyed with whom; tiring of surely looks.
Tiring of the great lake at Pereyaslavl, he had already seen the sea for the first time at Archangel in July 1683, and on the 1st of May 1694 returned thither to launch a ship built by himself the year before.