Definition of wearily in English:

wearily

adverb

  • With extreme tiredness.

    ‘he sighed wearily and hauled himself to his feet’
    ‘I trudged wearily home from work’
    • ‘I poked my head around the corner, wearily eying the bustling servants.’
    • ‘She watched them leave, then sunk wearily to the bed.’
    • ‘He wearily walked up the staircase to his room.’
    • ‘This tasteful understatement yields great dividends on tracks like the wearily romantic ballad "Charcoal Flower".’
    • ‘The club's long-suffering supporters became wearily familiar with the annual ritual of the new boss being paraded outside the stadium each summer.’

Pronunciation

wearily

/ˈwɪ(ə)rəli/