1. weariness

noun. ['ˈwɪriːnəs'] temporary loss of strength and energy resulting from hard physical or mental work.


  • grogginess
  • exhaustion
  • logginess
  • temporary state
  • tiredness
  • fatigue
  • asthenopia
  • eyestrain
  • loginess


  • consciousness
  • strengthening
  • drunkenness
  • wakefulness

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Rhymes with Weariness

  • abruptness
  • absoluteness
  • acuteness
  • adonis
  • aggressiveness
  • agribusiness
  • airworthiness
  • alertness
  • aloofness
  • alumnus
  • anise
  • anus
  • appropriateness
  • arbitrariness
  • assertiveness
  • astuteness
  • attentiveness
  • attractiveness
  • awareness
  • awfulness

Sentences with weariness

1. Noun, singular or mass
Instead, fatigue is a sense of weariness that rest doesn't seem to help.

2. Adjective
So if weariness sets in, millennial women need to step up.

Quotes about weariness

1. Love never dies a natural death. It dies because we don't know how to replenish its source. It dies of blindness and errors and betrayals. It dies of illness and wounds; it dies of weariness, of witherings, of tarnishings.
- Anaïs Nin

2. Finding a life partner is like choosing a bed. You need one as a friend either in times of health or sickness. Freshness or weariness. Happiness or sadness. And we can be certain that we've picked the right one without having to sleep with it first.
- Isman H. Suryaman

3. The writer can grow as a person or he can shrink. ... His curiosity, his reaction to life must not diminish. The fatal thing is to shrink, to be interested in less, sympathetic to less, desiccating to the point where life itself loses its flavor, and one’s passion for human understanding changes to weariness and distaste.
- Norman Mailer

2. world-weariness

noun. sadness on thinking about the evils of the world.


  • Weltschmerz


  • cheerful
  • glad