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jaded (JAY did) (adjective), more jaded, most jaded
1. Descriptive of something that is overused or worn out: James thought the movie dealt with the same old jaded themes of betrayal and revenge.
2. Relating to someone who is disinterested and bored: Janice told Glenda that the Parisians are jaded and not easily impressed by foreigners.
Tired, exhausted, and worn out.
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A reference to something that is overused or worn out or to someone who is not interested and is bored. (1)