tired - Writers' Dictionary

How to hyphenate tired

tired is hyphenated as tired

How to pronounce tired

tired is pronounced täɪər d

Number of syllables in tired

The number of syllables in tired is 1

What part of speech in tired?

tired can be an adjective or a verb participle

How common in the word tired?

tired is not ranked in the list of most common words in English

What sentiment does tired convey?

Has a sentiment score of -2 on a scale of -5 to +5

Common collocations after 'tired'

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Common collocations before 'tired'

even, felt, get, how, just, like, little, look, never, now, old, seem, suddenly, very, will

Common collocations of 'tired'

bit, child, day, dead, did, even, eye, face, felt, get, how, just, know, late, like, little, look, men, never, now, old, only, really, seem, suddenly, thought, time, very, voice, will

Words with similar spelling to tired

tied, tiled, tried, wired

List of anagrams of tired

tried

Common Noun Collocations of tired

arm, bed, bite, body, child, death, dog, eye, face, foot, hand, head, home, horse, kind, leg, length, life, man, morning, night, person, public, rubber, time, voice, war, wheel, woman, world

Common Verb Collocations of tired

be, become, begin, do, feel, get, go, grow, have, hear, know, listen, look, make, must, re, realize, repeat, say, see, seem, should, talk, tell, think, wait, watch, will, 're, 's

Common Adjective Collocations of tired

busy, cold, dead, dirty, happy, hot, hungry, ill, irritable, last, late, little, long, look, much, old, other, over, pale, poor, ready, sad, same, sick, sleepy, thirsty, weak, weary, wet, whole

Common Adverb Collocations of tired

already, always, as, awfully, even, ever, extremely, heartily, how, just, much, never, not, now, pretty, quite, rather, really, so, soon, still, suddenly, then, too, very, well, when, How, Just, So

Common Conjunction Collocations of tired

and, but, either, neither, nor, or, yet, So