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  • I had had a hard day’s work, and was pretty well jaded when I came climbing out, at last, upon the level of Blackheath.
  • ’Yes; and the sense of being unfit for it, or of not having understood it, or of having shown his condition in spite of himself, seems to make him so uneasy, that next day he is worse, and next day worse, and so he becomes jaded and haggard.

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  • I never grew jaded, the way so many city kids do.
    Nicholas Sparks  --  The Choice
  • No longer needing me to initiate the move, Mary Alice gropes for my zipper, her mean little hand ready to perform its spiritless operation on my equally jaded appendage.
    William Styron  --  Sophie’s Choice

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