Mnemonic - Jack is dead tired and lacking enthusiasm
Word - Jaded
a) tired and lacking enthusiasm
b) bored and worn out (esp. after having too much of something)
Part of Speech - adjective
Synonyms - exhausted, weary, dulled
Antonyms - enthusiastic, fresh, raring to go
1 After travelling for three months on tour the singer looked jaded in her last performance.
2 In a world jaded of imperial rule and inequality, leaders like Gandhi were a ray of hope and inspiration.
3 Do not get so jaded from dating the wrong kind that you do not have any excitement left anyone special.
4 After appearing in a five part film he was so jaded that he decided to take a break from acting and went on a long holiday.
5 He had swam for hours and now lay on the shore jaded to the bone.
6 The journalist was tired of his own pointless stories but he knew that the jaded public only cared for amusement.