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-# Worn out, wearied, or lacking enthusiasm; exhausted.+* Worn out, wearied, or lacking enthusiasm; exhausted.
-# [[Cynical]]ly [[insensitive]]; made [[callous]] by experience.+* [[Cynical]]ly [[insensitive]]; made [[callous]] by experience.
- +**[[Des Esseintes]] is the jaded protagonist from [[Against the Grain]]
== Etymology == == Etymology ==
From ''jade'', a worn-out horse, possibly from Old Norse ''jalda'' "mare". As a [[term of abuse]] for a woman, it dates from 1560. [http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?search=jaded&searchmode=none] From ''jade'', a worn-out horse, possibly from Old Norse ''jalda'' "mare". As a [[term of abuse]] for a woman, it dates from 1560. [http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?search=jaded&searchmode=none]
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Etymology

From jade, a worn-out horse, possibly from Old Norse jalda "mare". As a term of abuse for a woman, it dates from 1560. [1]



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