- TIREDLY -(adv.) in a weary manner; example: he walked around tiredly.
- TRAIPSE (verb) to walk or go aimlessly or idly or without finding or reaching one's goal; example: they traipsed all over town looking for a copy of the book.
- TRUDGED (past tense of trudge; verb) to walk laboriously or wearily along or over; example: He trudged the deserted road for hours.
Speaking of words, grammar nerds and fans of the English language are furious at the reminder that it's now acceptable to use the word "literally" incorrectly -- as in, it's literally in the dictionary. See a screenshot of Google search results that show the meaning of "literally" that includes the incorrect definition at Syracuse.com.