AMERICANS RALLY FOR JUNETEENTH
custody noun [U]
UK /ˈkʌs.tə.di/ US /ˈkʌs.tə.di/
custody noun [U] (PRISON)
C2 the state of being kept in prison, especially while waiting to go to
court for trial:
The suspect is now in custody. UK You will be remanded in custody until your trial.
enough is enough
this must stop:
The play was dull and I decided enough is enough and left early.
(from Cambridge Dictionary)
tired (taɪəʳd) ADJECTIVE
If you are tired of something, you do not want it to continue
because you are bored of it or unhappy with it.
I am tired of all the speculation.
[+ of] I was tired of being a bookkeeper.
(from Collins Dictionary)
Tons of events and games are coming up in July.