Jaded [adjective]

Definition of Jaded:

exhausted, indifferent

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Sentence/Example of Jaded:

The 8 million-member forum has led Reddit’s most popular communities for days, more than quadrupling in size since the year began, and jaded forum veterans say they’re increasingly outnumbered by newbies chasing quick and massive returns.

I’ve never been a big skin care person—I spent a few years working at a luxury magazine, and testing overpriced products left me a bit jaded.

I’m not really sure at this point because I’m so jaded by it all.

The lady in black, creeping behind them, looked a trifle paler and more jaded than usual.

In a corridor leading to a flight of steps two jaded-looking reporters were talking eagerly.

And the Jenkins pills became famous precisely by reason of that lash of the whip which they gave to jaded existences.

You do not know what the passion is when it seizes upon a man jaded with the hollow pleasures of an irresponsible life.

The beauty of these rosebeds and ponds seemed to comfort my jaded nerves more than the happy thoughts of home.

The poor woman, no longer youthful, it must be remembered, was indeed badly jaded.

Mrs. Stanley, still jaded through with her forced march, fell asleep immediately after breakfast.