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Date: 1600-1700
Origin: jade 'to make (a horse) tired with too much work' (17-19 centuries), from jade 'worn-out horse' (14-21 centuries)

jaded

adjective
     
ja‧ded
someone who is jaded is no longer interested in or excited by something, usually because they have experienced too much of it:
The concert should satisfy even the most jaded critic.

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