tired to death of (something)

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tired to death

1. Extremely exhausted or fatigued. I'm was tired to death after all that travel, but it's good to finally be home. You must be tired to death from such a long bicycle ride—you were gone for nearly four hours!
2. Exceptionally wearied by, bored of, or exasperated with something. I'm tired to death of doing my boss's errands. If something doesn't change soon, I'm going to quit! I was all gung-ho about this graduate program when I first began, but I must admit that I've grown tired to death of these boring lectures.
See also: death, tired

tired to death of (something)

Exceedingly wearied by, bored of, or exasperated with something. I'm tired to death of doing my boss's errands. If something doesn't change soon, I'm going to quit! I was all gung-ho about this graduate program when I first began, but I must admit that I've grown tired to death of these boring lectures.
See also: death, of, tired
References in classic literature ?
Grandfather," said Charley, "I am tired to death of this dismal rain and of hearing the wind roar in the chimney.
She says they get tired to death of each other, and can't quarrel comfortably, as they would at home.
I was tired to death of jigging and gallanting, and that bother about the hornpipes.
I am tired to death of living in this cold, dark, windy, smoky, creaking, groaning, dismal old house.
CHERYLDEE HUDDLESTON: I'll tell you my absolute truth: I'm tired to death of contemporary playwrights' ironic spins.
I was tired to death of these Arabs," he writes, and describes his friends as "petty incarnate Semites who attained heights and depths beyond our reach, though not beyond our sight.
Many of the letters are in the nature of brief, and it must be admitted rather pedestrian, business transactions-'so many letters to write, I get tired to death of them' (9 November 1929) -but in others Lawrence's characteristic spontaneity and humour emerge unaltered.