be tired of (something)

(redirected from am tired of)

be tired of (something)

To be exceedingly wearied by, bored of, or exasperated with something. I'm so tired of doing my boss's errands. If something doesn't change soon, I'm going to quit! I was gung-ho about this graduate program when I first began, but I must admit that I'm tired of all the boring lectures.
See also: of, tired

be/get tired of something/doing something

be/get bored or annoyed with something/doing something: We got tired of the country and we moved into town.I’m tired of listening to his complaints.
See also: get, of, something, tired
References in classic literature ?
I am tired of submitting my will to the caprices of others; of resigning my own judgment in deference to those to whom I owe no duty, and for whom I feel no respect.
I am tired of these schoolmasters and learned men," said Charley.
You are very absurd creatures," said she; "but I am tired of your nonsense and have no time to bother with you longer.
I am tired of hearing only of market reports, of the end of the month, of the rise and fall of Spanish funds, of Haitian bonds.
Well, but when I am tired of pigeons, I shall make the fish of the Waal and of the Meuse come up to me.
As to leading me into what you call this fatal step, Miss Havisham would have had me wait, and not marry yet; but I am tired of the life I have led, which has very few charms for me, and I am willing enough to change it.
I am tired of diversity utopians smearing Leave voters as slavering xenophobes by association.
I am tired of hiding and I am tired of lying by omission," she said (via (http://www.
Nazan, of Kings Heath, Birmingham, who last year won a Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents Guardian Angel award, said: "I am tired of the haters.
Yet, some people only seek to knock all of this, and I am tired of it.
I love bread but am tired of the same old chicken sandwiches every day.
I am tired of these con-artists who prey on the elderly and infringe on their privacy.
I am tired of the political class that has kidnapped my country, and of the class that corrupts, that lies, that kills,'' she added.
I am tired of hiding and I am tired of lying by omission,'' the 26-year-old actress said in a speech that drew roaring support from an audience at the Time to Thrive conference sponsored by the Human Rights Campaign.