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fed up

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tired of the world

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uninterested because of frequent exposure or indulgence

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Meanwhile Calypso came back with some augers, so he bored holes with them and fitted the timbers together with bolts and rivets.
Yes," continued the duke, "really, I feel bored today beyond the power of description.
But the weather is extremely trying, and she really has been bored to death down at our place in Lincolnshire.
Anatomy was a dreary science, a mere matter of learning by heart an enormous number of facts; dissection bored him; he did not see the use of dissecting out laboriously nerves and arteries when with much less trouble you could see in the diagrams of a book or in the specimens of the pathological museum exactly where they were.
I was bored once," he added, "for ten years or so; I ought to know
To listen to conversation about such things would mean to be bored, wherefore the idlers decree that such things are shop and must not be talked about.
On his knees, he bored through the head of the first cask until the water rushed out upon the deck and flowed down into the bilge.
I was married to a rare soul, or a fool, who never bored me and who was always a source of new and unending surprise and delight.
The piece once cast, it must be bored with great precision, so as to preclude any possible windage.
There, how do you manage never to be bored by things?
Admirable philosophy," she laughed scornfully, "but when one is bored to death in the present one must look forward or backward for consolation.
Now, this gentleman had a younger brother of still better appearance than himself, who had tried life as a Cornet of Dragoons, and found it a bore; and had afterwards tried it in the train of an English minister abroad, and found it a bore; and had then strolled to Jerusalem, and got bored there; and had then gone yachting about the world, and got bored everywhere.