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A tired vegetable is simply a vegetable that is going off.

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What is a homophone pair meaning tired red vegetable?

A beat beet is a homophone pair for a tired red vegetable. beet = the red vegetable beat = slang for tired, as in After a long day at work, I'm just beat!


What is a homonym of a very tired vegetable?

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A very tired red vegetable?

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Is being tired admissable?

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Samual Johnson said if your tired of London your tired of?

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Can the brain get tired?

Of course it can! When your tired, the brain is tired!


Is are an adverb?

No, it is not. The word "are" is the second person or plural form, present tense, of the verb "to be." e.g. I am tired. We are tired. You are tired. He is tired. They are tired.


What part of speech is tired in you are extremely tired?

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What is a simile for tired?

As tired as the wings of a bird As tired as a worn-out shoe As tired as a one-armed paper hanger As tired as an ox [after a full day's work in the fields] As tired as bears during hibernation As tired as an old man As tired as a beaten boxer


Is tired a predicate nominative?

Yes, the word tired can be a predicate nominative when it 'renames' the subject. Predicate nominatives follow a 'linking' verb. Examples: Mary is tired. (Mary = tired) Mary became tired. (Mary > tired) They were tired. (They = tired) When used with a non-linking verb, tired is not a predicate nominative. Examples: That dog is a tired old thing. (tired is an adjective modifying the object or the sentence) The tired kids were ready for a nap. (tired is an adjective modifying the subject of the sentence)


Would you say too tired or to tired?

"Too tired." Example: "I am too tired to go for a walk."

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