wearish


From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

Wearish \Wear"ish\, a. [Etymol. uncertain, but perhaps akin to
   weary.]
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   1. Weak; withered; shrunk. [Obs.] "A wearish hand." --Ford.
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            A little, wearish old man, very melancholy by
            nature.                               --Burton.
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   2. Insipid; tasteless; unsavory. [Obs.]
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            Wearish as meat is that is not well tasted.
                                                  --Palsgrave.
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