tire of

tire of (someone or something)

To lose interest in or patience with someone or something. He always tires of his girlfriends after a few weeks and moves on to someone new. I tired of working in finance and decided to pursue a career in writing.
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tire of someone or something

to grow weary of someone or something. She tired of him and left him. I am beginning to tire of the furniture in the living room.
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tire of

v.
To have one's interest or patience exhausted by something or someone: Soon after the semester started, I tired of the boring morning lectures. My parents never tired of giving me unwanted advice.
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Evans, executive vice president, engineering, marketing and sales, for Titan Tire of Ohio.
In the replacement market, these tires could be fitted on a variety of vehicles, typically sedans, which can utilize a tire of the P205/55R16 size.
ATS further reported that the newly designed wheels from Prime Wheel are now available and the company has commenced sales to the following dealers: Allied Tire of Orlando, FL (45 retail outlets); Apex Tire of Pawtucket, RI; National Tire Wholesale locations at Cherry Hill, NJ, and Lexington, KY; National Auto Spa of Anderson, IN (serving 150 auto dealers); Atlanta Auto Accessories of Tucker, GA (serving over 100 auto dealers); Gil's Tire & Auto Sales of San Antonio, TX; and Donald B.