What is another word for tiring?

Pronunciation: [tˈa͡ɪ͡əɹɪŋ] (IPA)

Tiring is an adjective that describes something that is causing fatigue or exhaustion. It can be used to describe physical or mental effort that drains one's energy. There are several synonyms for tiring that can be used to describe the same feeling. Some of these include exhausting, wearying, draining, fatiguing, wearing, and enervating. Each synonym has its own connotation, and can be used in different contexts. For example, exhausting might describe a physical activity, while enervating might describe a mentally draining activity. Using synonyms can help add variety and depth to your writing, and also help avoid repetition.

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What are the opposite words for tiring?

The antonyms for the word "tiring" are invigorating, energizing, exhilarating, refreshing, stimulating, rejuvenating, stimulating. Doing activities that are invigorating such as engaging in sports or taking a leisurely walk can help one feel re-energized. A refreshing shower or a dip in the pool can also help to rejuvenate the body and stimulate the senses. Listening to music or reading a good book can also be a great way to feel energized and refreshed. Sometimes taking a break from work or responsibilities can also provide the mental stimulation and relaxation required to be re-energized for the next task at hand.

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Usage examples for Tiring

I am so sorry that I alone shall sleep while you will be tiring yourselves-" "On the contrary, we shall have time to nap.
"In Desert and Wilderness"
Henryk Sienkiewicz
We cracked our whips to urge the tiring dogs.
"My Attainment of the Pole"
Frederick A. Cook
Her smile surprised every one, because of its beauty; but the observer soon forgot that in admiring her pretty teeth, and both these were forgotten when she spoke, as she did now to Dorris, tiring of being looked at; for her voice was musical, and thoroughly under control: "I have dreaded to even pass The Locks at night ever since I can remember," she said with some hesitation, not knowing exactly how to treat the frankness with which he acknowledged the pleasure her presence afforded him, "and I don't wonder that anyone living in it alone is lonely.
"The Mystery of the Locks"
Edgar Watson Howe

Famous quotes with Tiring

  • Publicity gets more than a little tiring. You want it, you need it, you crave it, and you're scared as hell when it stops.
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  • During the whole campaign, from June 27 to July 31, there has been no shirking or hesitation, to tiring on the part of a single man so far as I have seen; the brigade commanders reported none.
    John Buford
  • If it's boring, then it's tiring.
    Jackie Cooper
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