weary of

weary of (something)

To become bored, exhausted, or exasperated by something. I'm starting to weary of all his pretentious literary talk. I could tell the kids were wearying of the guided tour.
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weary of someone or something

to become tired of or bored with someone or something. I am beginning to weary of you. Isn't it time you were going? We soon wearied of chicken twice a week.
See also: of, weary
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

weary of

To lose patience with or interest in something or someone: I soon wearied of their constant bickering.
See also: of, weary
The American Heritage® Dictionary of Phrasal Verbs. Copyright © 2005 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.
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References in classic literature ?
But that ye, my friends, might become weary of the old words which ye have learned from the fools and liars:
That ye might become weary of the words "reward," "retribution," "punishment," "righteous vengeance."--
That ye might become weary of saying: "That an action is good is because it is unselfish."
"Father," replied Adam, speaking with the calmness of his character, "I came to your village a disappointed man, weary of the world, worn out with continual trouble, seeking only a security against evil fortune, as I had no hope of good.
we are weary of that King of France, Who never comes, but ever talks of coming.
Let Death go to houses Where there are vile, adulterous things, chaste wives Who growing weary of their noble lords Draw back the curtains of their marriage beds, And in polluted and dishonoured sheets Feed some unlawful lust.
"I am weary of my cheaply won success in the pulpit.
He saw nature--he saw books through me; and never did I weary of gazing for his behalf, and of putting into words the effect of field, tree, town, river, cloud, sunbeam--of the landscape before us; of the weather round us--and impressing by sound on his ear what light could no longer stamp on his eye.
Summary: New Delhi [India], August 15 (ANI): National Conference (NC) leader Omar Abdullah said today that although Prime Minister Narendra Modi's remark on 'embracing Kashmiris' in his Independence Day address was well received, everyone is getting 'weary of yet more talk and no concrete action' on the matter.
Commercial banks in South Africa are said to be weary of compliance costs that have been affecting their profits.
People are weary of hearing more about the laws of the church than the love of the Jesus, who says, whatever a person's struggles, "Remember, I am with you always" (Matthew 28:20).
But we must never weary of remembering those who died in conflicts past and present.
Weary of the tents and hostels that are the usual preserve of the budget-conscious traveller, Austrian architect Andreas Strauss wanted to develop a more contemporary notion of cheap, no-frills accommodation.
Pope John Paul II set the example in never growing weary of reminding nations of their duties and responsibilities much to the annoyance of dissenting Catholics.
I am so weary of reading letters to the Journal which are full of complaints about the Anglican Church.