Tired


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Tired

Has been strong for a while and will probably fall due to increased supply at current price level (due to e.g. profit taking, technical analysis). Heavy.
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The Miss Musgroves were not at all tired, and Mary was either offended, by not being asked before any of the others, or what Louisa called the Elliot pride could not endure to make a third in a one horse chaise.
Miss Elliot, I am sure you are tired," cried Mrs Croft.
I miss her, but know she 'll get tired of being goody, and will come back to me before long.
The older travellers, being tired, went to "bye low" at the same time, and slept like tops in home-spun sheets, on husk mattresses made by Mother Atkinson, who seemed to have put some soothing powder among them, so deep and sweet was the slumber that came.
We go down Lake Bennett, snow, ice, wind like a gale, but woman is very tired and go to sleep.
His wonderful constitution kept him up; but even that constitution could not keep the tired look out of his eyes.
Just now I feel too tired and indifferent to think about the future.
He returned home as wet as a rag, and tired out from weariness and hunger.
The question sounds superfluous, but it cannot have been really, for the lady answered, "No," adding, "Oh, I am so tired.
Tit kept moving on, without stopping, not showing the slightest weariness, but Levin was already beginning to be afraid he would not be able to keep it up: he was so tired.
Afterwards, there were tea-gardens, shrimps, ale, and other delicacies; and then they would come back hand in hand, unless she was more than usually tired, and had fallen asleep on his shoulder.