Jaded can mean to be fatigued or cynical.
Jaded may also refer to:
- Jaded (album), a 2003 album by To/Die/For
- Jaded (film), a 1998 film starring Carla Gugino
- Jaded, a 2002 skateboard film from Thrasher Magazine
- The Jaded, a rock band from San Francisco, CA
Jaded as a song title may refer to:
- "Jaded" (Aerosmith song), a song by Aerosmith
- "Jaded", a song by Blindspott, from the Blindspott album
- "Jaded", a song by deadmau5 from the It Sounds Like 'singles collection'
- "Jaded" (Green Day), a song by Green Day, from the Insomniac album
- "Jaded (These Years)", a song by Mest from the Mest album
- "Jaded", a song by Operation Ivy from the Energy album
- "Jaded", a song by Takida from the ...Make You Breathe album
- "Jaded", a song by The Crystal Method from the Vegas album
- "Jaded", a song by Paradise Lost from the Draconian Times album
- " Jaded (Disclosure song)", a song by Disclosure from the Caracal album
Jaded (Aerosmith song)
"Jaded" is a song by American hard rock band Aerosmith. It was written by Steven Tyler and Marti Frederiksen. The single was released on December 21, 2000 as the first single from the album Just Push Play. The song was debuted publicly at the American Music Awards and was also played at the halftime show for Super Bowl XXXV in January 2001. It was ranked No. 86 on VH1's 100 Greatest Songs of the '00s.
Jaded is the third album by Finnish gothic metal band To/Die/For.
Jaded is a 1998 film co-written and directed by Caryn Krooth.
Jaded (Disclosure song)
"Jaded" is a song by British electronic duo Disclosure. It was released worldwide on 25 September 2015 from the duo's second studio album, Caracal. The track was written by Howard Lawrence, Guy Lawrence, Sam Romans and Jimmy Napes. The track peaked at No. 87 in the UK Singles Chart. It features vocals from Howard rather than a guest vocalist.
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
jaded \jaded\ adj.
dulled by surfeit; as, the amoral, jaded, bored upper classes.
fatigued due to excess effort.
my father's words had left me jaded and depressed
1 bored or lacking enthusiasm, typically after having been over exposed to, or having consumed too much of something. 2 worn out, wearied, exhausted or lacking enthusiasm, due to age or experience. 3 Made callous or cynically insensitive, by experience. v
(en-past of: jade)
adj. exhausted; "my father's words had left me jaded and depressed"- William Styron [syn: wearied]
dulled by surfeit; "the amoral, jaded, bored upper classes"
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
"bored by continual indulgence," 1630s; past participle adjective from jade (v.).
Usage examples of "jaded".
Since the durian is endemic in a very restricted portion of the globe, and since those who have watched the vital process may be comparatively few in number and therefore unlikely to be jaded by the truisms of these pages, a few words in explanation may not be resented.
We are shown how to fashion masks of ennui and jaded irony at a young age where the face is fictile enough to assume the shape of whatever it wears.
You are bored with bliss, satiated with sensation, jaded with jejune joys.
Manzikert and Khilat, jaded with the rich spoil they had lugged off the battlefield, ceased their gleaning to watch Alp Arslan and the Emperor ride out.
The teeth and tongues of British girls move more freely and both take and provide more joy during osculatory activity - this, indubitably, the result of the simpler English diet which has not jaded the taste buds to oral sensations as the more spicily varied American foods have.
Beyond his unique sisters-in-law, the noble ladies he met all seemed to be jaded, spoiled creatures, eager for a bedding, but petulant and demanding of luxuries and attention.
Riding furiously with the fury of the storm as though swept onward with it, looking the very spirit of the wintry season that is made of black nights and cold, bright days, a woman was hastening upon a jaded horse toward the Echo Creek ranch house from the direction of El Toyon and the railroad.
Bad Lands the jaded column had been plodding all day long, though with frequent enforced rests, through a rolling sea of barren, turfless earth.
And her reason for being furtive was that she was the daughter of multimillionaire Gold Ambon, and a trifle young for the jaded set.
As the jaded Merryman uttered them to the old gentleman with the whip, some of the old folks in the audience, I daresay, indulged in reflections of their own.
NOSE BECOMES OUTRAGEOUSLY LONG The next morning poor, jaded, famished Passepartout said to himself that he must get something to eat at all hazards, and the sooner he did so the better.
The new idea, whatever it was, was evidently not one to be hastily perfected, for the next morning when Celestina went down stairs, she found the jaded inventor seated moodily in a rocking-chair before the kitchen stove, his head in his hands.
In another problematic scenario quite familiar to the jaded cybercitizen, we are looking for an answer to an important question.
As a well-known warrior amongst the Darachmod, Cyl clearly could hold the attention of even a jaded Braban.
Only someone like Durango who had a jaded perception of love and marriage would think that way.