weary with

weary (one) with (something)

To bore, exasperate, or exhaust one with some constant, tedious action. The kids have been wearying me with their requests to go to Disneyland. He would weary you with all his political ramblings!
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weary someone with something

to tire or bore someone with something. He wearied her with his constant requests. Please don't weary me with your complaints.
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2 : having lost patience, pleasure, or interest <"I shook my head, weary with Caleb's questions".
The point is reiterated when the poem continues with the specifics of the mission: "that I may know how to sustain the weary with a word.