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jaded

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishjadedja‧ded /ˈdʒeɪdɪd/ adjective 🔊 🔊 FED UPsomeone 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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jadedAfter two years of the same routine I was feeling jaded.Mick Jagger arrived at the airport looking jaded after almost a year of touring.She felt jaded and in need of emotional uplift.New York musicians are jaded and tough.I felt like a jaded casting director as I banished him to the wastepaper bin.Its vistas leave a warm and timeless imprint on even the most jaded memory.In Sly's jaded mood she seemed to be a living embodiment of freshness and vitality.His limpid style and flashes of wit overcame Labour heckling, tickled the press and brought a smile to jaded Tory backbenchers.The beauty of St. Petersburg will impress even the most jaded tourist.
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