Antonyms for tire
This page is about all possible antonyms and opposite words for the term tire.
English Synonyms and Antonyms
To tire is to reduce strength in any degree by exertion; one may be tired just enough to make rest pleasant, or even unconsciously tired, becoming aware of the fact only when he ceases the exertion; or, on the other hand, he may be, according to the common phrase, "too tired to stir;" but for this extreme condition the stronger words are commonly used. One who is fatigued suffers from a conscious and painful lack of strength as the result of some overtaxing; an invalid may be fatigued with very slight exertion; when one is wearied, the painful lack of strength is the result of long-continued demand or strain; one is exhausted when the strain has been so severe and continuous as utterly to consume the strength, so that further exertion is for the time impossible. One is fagged by drudgery; he is jaded by incessant repetition of the same act until it becomes increasingly difficult or well-nigh impossible; as, a horse is jaded by a long and unbroken journey.
Complete Dictionary of Synonyms and Antonyms
hoop that covers a wheel
"automobile tires are usually made of rubber and filled with compressed air"
tire, pall, weary, fatigue, jadeverb
lose interest or become bored with something or somebody
"I'm so tired of your mother and her complaints about my food"
weary, dull, play out, wear upon, bore, pall, wear, cloy, frighten away, fatigue, scare, run down, scare off, frighten off, exhaust, wear out, sap, fag out, die, become flat, outwear, scare away, daunt, tire out, wear down, dash, jade
tire, wear upon, tire out, wear, weary, jade, wear out, outwear, wear down, fag out, fag, fatigueverb
exhaust or get tired through overuse or great strain or stress
"We wore ourselves out on this hike"
wear thin, exhaust, toil, play out, grind, dig, hold out, moil, don, put on, endure, wear out, bore, pall, have on, assume, weary, break, fall apart, jade, tire out, wear upon, get into, bust, travail, drudge, labour, wear off, run down, outwear, wear down, sap, labor, fatigue, fag out, wear, bear
run down, exhaust, play out, sap, tireverb
"exhaust one's savings"; "We quickly played out our strength"
sap, exhaust, eat up, play out, expel, wash up, eat, release, glance over, beat, run over, wear out, rake, pall, tire out, peter out, use up, bore, tucker out, conk out, run out, jade, scan, run through, wear upon, wipe out, outwear, skim, discharge, run down, weary, tucker, wear down, poop out, fatigue, eject, consume, check out, deplete, fag out, wear
cause to be bored
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How to use tire in a sentence?
Deputies said they used a drone to survey the surrounding area, following tire tracks left behind that led officers to an abandoned house. Ground units then located the ATV covered with brush. End result, one happy kid !
We want to make them safe drivers. This one here is a tire tread. A lot of accidents happen in the Middle East because of a tire burst so we explain how to maintain the safety of their tire, and a lot of people move the head rest, but they don’t understand how that could impact your spine. So we have this machine to demonstrate how that could be fatal.
I've learned about leadership through trial and error. I've got tire marks on my forehead to prove it, you learn these things if you're all in. You learn these things by experience. You don't talk about things on the sidelines. We need leadership in Washington, D.C., high-energy leadership.
When your dreams tire, they go underground and out of kindness that's where they stay.
That was just racing hard, i don't think he really did anything wrong. It's just the outcome was bad because I got a flat tire and it cost me making it into the final race. I'm just going to race the heck out of him and whatever happens, happens.
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