Which preposition to use with weary

of Occurrences 1075%

Some of the sparrows were busy at the feet of the larger trees gleaning seeds and benumbed insects, joined now and then by a robin weary of his unsuccessful attempts upon the snow-covered berries.

with Occurrences 276%

Gradually, I began to weary with the sameness of the thing.

in Occurrences 45%

And it is meet that this should be done at Vespers, so that the mind wearied in the course of the day, and distracted by various opinions, may, at the approach of the season of quiet, collect itself in oneness of meditation and through the wholesome reminder may hasten to cleanse itself, by the prayers and tears of the night, from everything useless or harmful which it had contracted by the business of the day.

to Occurrences 28%

They could not muster up energy enough to walk down the beach and back, and yet they were wearied to death of the inaction.

at Occurrences 25%

Wearied at length with his exertions, he dismounted, and leading Rakush to a green spot near a limpid fountain or rivulet of spring water, allowed him to graze, and then went to sleep.

from Occurrences 19%

The Master, weary from his own shower of blows, and fearing nothing from so weak a man, dropped his hand for an instant, and at that instant Montgomery's right came home.

for Occurrences 15%

During months and months, just to punish this great crime, there was no bright sunshine; but often in the long night, while the chief was wearying for summer to come again, he'd be tantalised by these little bits of the broken day that flickered in the sky.

on Occurrences 15%

The humming-bird, too, dwells in these noble woods, and may oftentimes be seen glancing among the flowers or resting wing-weary on some leafless twig; here also are the familiar robin of the orchards, and the brown and grizzly bears so obviously fitted for these majestic solitudes; and the Douglas squirrel, making more hilarious, exuberant, vital stir than all the bears, birds, and humming wings together.

as Occurrences 11%

I have read, drawn, and sewed till I am as weary as Marianna in the moated grange.

than Occurrences 9%

Yet I remember thinking that few people looked less weary than my father as he stood there watching me.

after Occurrences 8%

He was weary after the of the day.

unto Occurrences 7%

He was about to leave, when the bird asked him to tarry long enough to bury it, as the places to which it had been were so far away that it was weary unto death.

out Occurrences 7%

To weary out the time, until they come, Sing me some doleful ditty to the lute, That may complain my near-approaching death.

before Occurrences 3%

Onega had the endurance of the Indians themselves, but Adele, in spite of her former journeys, was footsore and weary before evening.

beyond Occurrences 2%

The little huddled body looked weary beyond expression.

into Occurrences 2%

At home the hateful names of parties cease, And factious souls are wearied into peace.

by Occurrences 2%

The third time, wearied by pounding his head against a human stone wall, Dave failed to gain more than half a yard.

through Occurrences 2%

In every direction the visitor may walk till he is weary through streets and squares of houses, all evidently the abodes of wealth, some of them veritable palaces.

about Occurrences 1%

Even in a week Tom has got so wearied about the Mayflower that yesterday at lunch when some new people came, and one woman began again, he said his father had collected rags and bones, and his great-great-grandfather was hung for sheep stealing!

beside Occurrences 1%

To her was heard the age's prayer: He sat upon the brink; Weary beside the waters fair,

underneath Occurrences 1%

He missed his faithful men and lost his way, Till worn and weary underneath a tree, Whose shady boughs extended far and wide, The lonely straggler stretched his limbs and slept, And for a time forgot his dire distress.

until Occurrences 1%

The hands of Moses were heavy; Aaron and Hur took then a stone and put it under them, and they sustained his hands on either side, and so his hands were not weary until the going down of the sun.

down Occurrences 1%

But this I say; he'll find his own destruction With his whole force before these ramparts, sooner Than weary down the valor of our spirit.

during Occurrences 1%

CHAPTER XV THE DARKNESS IN ELDARA Even the stout roan grew weary during the third day, and when they topped the last rise of hills, and looked down to darker shadows in Eldara in the black heart of the hollow, the mustang stood with hanging head, and one ear flopped forward.

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