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TIRED

'TIRED' is a 5 letter word starting with T and ending with D

Crossword clues for 'TIRED'

ClueAnswer
Ready for bed (5)TIRED
Short on energy (5)TIRED
Needing rest (5)TIRED
Old-hat (5)TIRED
Ready to crash (5)TIRED
Needing rest or sleep (5)TIRED
Needing sleep (5)TIRED
Ran out of steam (5)TIRED

Synonyms, crossword answers and other related words for TIRED

We hope that the following list of synonyms for the word tired will help you to finish your crossword today. We've arranged the synonyms in length order so that they are easier to find.

4 letter words

BEAT - CLAD - DEAD - DONE - FLAT - GONE - HACK - LIMP - SHOD - SICK - WEAK - WORN - ZONK

5 letter words

ALL IN - BANAL - BLASE - CORNY - DIGHT - DINGY - DRAWN - FADED - FAINT - FED UP - FED-UP - IRKED - JADED - MUSTY - ROBED - SEEDY - SHOED - SPENT - STALE - STOCK - TIRED - TRITE - WEARY

6 letter words

BEAT UP - BEATEN - BORING - BUSHED - CAPPED - COIFED - COMMON - DECKED - DONE IN - DONE UP - DROOPY - DROWSY - EFFETE - ENDUED - FAGGED - GARBED - GOWNED - HOODED - OLD HAT - POOPED - RAGGED - SHABBY - SICK OF - SLEEPY - TOGGED - USED UP - VESTED - ZONKED

7 letter words

ARRAYED - ATTIRED - CHAUSSE - CLICHED - CLOAKED - CLOTHED - DRAINED - DRESSED - EMPTIED - FAR-GONE - FLAGGED - HABITED - HAGGARD - LAID LOW - LANGUID - MANTLED - PROSAIC - RUN DOWN - RUN-DOWN - SAGGING - SHOTTEN - TIRED OF - WAYWORN - WEARIED - WHACKED - WILTING - WORN OUT - WORN-OUT

8 letter words

BEDECKED - BREECHED - BROMIDIC - CAREWORN - COSTUMED - DEADBEAT - DECREPIT - DOG-TIRED - DOG-WEARY - DROOPING - FAINTING - FATIGUED - FLAGGING - FOOTSORE - FRAZZLED - INVESTED - JIGGERED - LIVERIED - OVERUSED - SATIATED - SHOPWORN - TIMEWORN - TIRED OUT - TOILWORN - WASHED-UP - WAY-WEARY - WEAKENED - WEARIFUL - WIPED OUT - WORN-DOWN

9 letter words

APPARELED - BONE-WEARY - DEAD-TIRED - DISGUISED - DISGUSTED - ENERVATED - ENFEEBLED - EXHAUSTED - FAGGED OUT - FIT TO DROP - GARMENTED - HACKNEYED - IN A BAD WAY - KNACKERED - LETHARGIC - LIFE-WEARY - PLAYED OUT - POOPED OUT - PROSTRATE - RAIMENTED - RIGGED OUT - RUN RAGGED - SPLENETIC - TROUSERED - WEARY-WORN

10 letter words

DISPIRITED - KNOCKED OUT - MELANCHOLY - OVERWORKED - THREADBARE - TRICKED OUT - UNORIGINAL - UNRESTORED - VESTMENTED - WEARY-LADEN - WORLD-WEARY

11 letter words

AUSGESPIELT - COMMONPLACE - DEBILITATED - LETHARGICAL - MELANCHOLIC - PANTALOONED - READY TO DROP - STEREOTYPED - TIRED-WINGED - TUCKERED OUT - UNREFRESHED - WEARY-FOOTED - WEARY-WINGED

12 letter words

DEAD-AND-ALIVE - FEELING FAINT - GOOD AND TIRED - HABILIMENTED - TIRED TO DEATH

13 letter words

LACKING ENERGY - TIRED OF LIVING - UNIMAGINATIVE

14 letter words

WEARY UNTO DEATH

Definition of tired

  • depleted of strength or energy; "tired mothers with crying babies"; "too tired to eat"

Anagrams of tired

TRIED


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