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
Bella Forrest -- A Shade of Vampire
"Incredible," he said to her, with one jaded eye on the street.
Donna Tartt -- The Goldfinch
Mary Ann was looking at Flora and her mother with a jaded and judgmental eye.
Kate DiCamillo -- Flora & Ulysses
His jaded face was camouflaged among the painting materials and fabric.
Markus Zusak -- The Book Thief
You think you’re grown up and tired and jaded with everything, but in your heart you’re just as much a kid as I am.
Orson Scott Card -- Ender’s Game
The kid is "jaded."
Stephen Chbosky -- The Perks of Being a Wallflower
’Filpo,’ said a calm, slender, jaded-looking man who had not even stirred from his armchair.
Joseph Heller -- Catch-22
He looked tired, rather jaded.
Daphne du Maurier -- Rebecca
Show more again
Weary, jaded, and spiritless, Eliza dragged herself up to the door, with her child lying in a heavy sleep on her arm.
Harriet Beecher Stowe -- Uncle Tom’s Cabin
For the most part these were staring before them, murmuring indistinct questions, jaded, haggard, unclean.
H.G. Wells -- The War of the Worlds
Early in the forenoon parties of jaded men began to straggle into the village, but the strongest of the citizens continued searching.
Mark Twain -- The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
Into the youth’s eyes there came a look that one can see in the orbs of a jaded horse.
Stephen Crane -- The Red Badge of Courage
Just when I start to feel jaded to life as it is, I’ll suddenly wake up in a fever, look out at the world, and gasp at how much has gone wrong that I need to fix.
Barbara Kingsolver -- The Poisonwood Bible
The sun went in behind some clouds and left us to our jaded thoughts and the crumbs of our provisions.
James Joyce -- Dubliners
Chapter XXIII IN WHICH PASSEPARTOUT’S NOSE BECOMES OUTRAGEOUSLY LONG The next morning poor, jaded, famished Passepartout said to himself that he must get something to eat at all hazards, and the sooner he did so the better.
Jules Verne -- Around the World in 80 Days
Who can tell how scenes of peace and quietude sink into the minds of pain-worn dwellers in close and noisy places, and carry their own freshness, deep into their jaded hearts!
Charles Dickens -- Oliver Twist
A jaded sailor stepped away from a movie machine while the film was still running.
Kurt Vonnegut -- Slaughterhouse-Five
The lady in black, creeping behind them, looked a trifle paler and more jaded than usual.
Kate Chopin -- The Awakening
Four times he had covered the distance between Salt Water and Dawson, and the knowledge that, jaded and tired, he was facing the same trail once more, made him bitter.
Jack London -- The Call of the Wild
Monika Nilsson was at her desk, an experienced general reporter specialising in political coverage; she could be the most jaded cynic he had ever met.
Stieg Larsson -- The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
Just beyond, separated from the living room by a wide arch or second proscenium with transparent jaded portieres (or second curtain), is the dining room.
Tennessee Williams -- The Glass Menagerie
He had parted from them worn with care, and jaded with fatigue; he now saw them refreshed and blooming, though timid and anxious.
James Fenimore Cooper -- The Last of the Mohicans
When the bustle and excitement of preparation was at its height, the hunting party made its appearance, struggling in by twos and threes, the men hot and weary, the horses covered with foam, and the jaded hounds panting and dejected—and not a single kill!
Helen Keller -- Story of My Life
The hounds of that ardent young sportsman Rostov had not merely reached hard winter condition, but were so jaded that at a meeting of the huntsmen it was decided to give them a three days’ rest and then, on the sixteenth of September, to go on a distant expedition, starting from the oak grove where there was an undisturbed litter of wolf cubs.
Leo Tolstoy -- War and Peace
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.
Charles Dickens -- David Copperfield
They wanted high excitement, not from the necessity of stimulating jaded nerves but with the avidity of prize-winning schoolchildren who deserved their vacations.
F. Scott Fitzgerald -- Tender is the Night
It was a tranquil scene, and restful to the weary eye and the jaded spirit.
Mark Twain -- A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court
They were reporters, professionally jaded and professionally immune, a little too well traveled in the last analysis to exert themselves toward the formalities San Piedro demanded silently of mainlanders.
David Guterson -- Snow Falling on Cedars
My spirits are quite jaded with listening to his nonsense: and then, being such a smart young fellow, I saw every eye was upon us.
Jane Austen -- Northanger Abbey
At Ponsonby’s corner a jaded white flagon H. halted and four tallhatted white flagons halted behind him, E.L.Y’S, while outriders pranced past and carriages.
James Joyce -- Ulysses
But the original was there as well’more jaded and rudimentary, functional rather than romantic.
Sarah Dessen -- Lock and Key
A little rest for the jaded animal being desirable, he did not hasten his search for landmarks.
Thomas Hardy -- Tess of the d’Urbervilles
It was ’his that held the jaded audience, this terrible pain.
Anne Rice -- Interview with the Vampire
Stephen remained in the background, depressed more than ever by the darkness and silence of the theatre and by the air it wore of jaded and formal study.
James Joyce -- A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
(Luckyadvances, gives the basket, goes back to his place.) The fresh air stimulatesthe jaded appetite.
Samuel Beckett -- Waiting for Godot
I guess I got jaded about men in general.
Nicholas Sparks -- Message in a Bottle
VIII When old Ivar climbed down from his loft at four o’clock the next morning, he came upon Emil’s mare, jaded and lather-stained, her bridle broken, chewing the scattered tufts of hay outside the stable door.
Willa Cather -- O Pioneers!
And her eyes, her violet eyes, contained a jaded, cynical air-the result of Eragon’s blessing that was a curse, for it forced her to both endure other people’s pain and also try to prevent it.
Christopher Paolini -- Brisingr
He had a half-jaded, half-irritated look, such as a man gets when he has been dogged by some care or annoyance that makes his bed and his dinner of little use to him.
George Eliot -- The Mill on the Floss
One is a girl, American, young, fresh, direct, open, naive, flirtatious, maybe a little too much of each; the other is a man, also American but long resident in Europe, slightly older, jaded, worldly, emotionally closed, indirect, even surreptitious, totally dependent on the good opinion of others.
Thomas C. Foster -- How to Read Literature Like a Professor
Perhaps the people are a little jaded.
Oscar Wilde -- An Ideal Husband
"And I’m not jaded either."
Tracy Kidder -- Mountains Beyond Mountains
But what principally struck us was a jaded and unhealthy-looking though by no means plain girl at the writing-table, who sat biting the feather of her pen and staring at us.
Charles Dickens -- Bleak House
CHAPTER XVII A week later Dorian Gray was sitting in the conservatory at Selby Royal talking to the pretty Duchess of Monmouth, who with her husband, a jaded-looking man of sixty, was amongst his guests.
Oscar Wilde -- The Picture of Dorian Gray
Long before the time during which we will know him, he was a doctor and drove a jaded white horse from house to house through the streets of Winesburg.
Sherwood Anderson -- Winesburg, Ohio
Even the jaded horsemen would take a respite from their labors to see him, eating their breakfasts outdoors on the benches near the siding.
Laura Hillenbrand -- Seabiscuit
If we live thus tamely, To be thus jaded by a piece of scarlet, Farewell nobility!
William Shakespeare -- Henry VIII
There was an air of jaded sullenness in them both, and particularly in the girl: yet, struggling through the dissatisfaction of her face, there was a light with nothing to rest upon, a fire with nothing to burn, a starved imagination keeping life in itself somehow, which brightened its expression.