He was so dead-tired that I know he couldn't have lived if it had been cholera.
He was just as dead-tired in the morning as when he lay down.
He explained this by saying he feared to awaken the dead-tired, half-starved individuals on the bunks.
My dear Harry,—I have been feeling so dead-tired all this spring that I believe a long break from my usual scenes is necessary.
Then the swarthy warrior dismounted and ordered the pakeha to get into the saddle; he saw that his prisoner was dead-tired.
By eight o'clock she was usually so sleepy that she would fall, dead-tired, asleep on the worn leather couch in the sitting-room.
Close by were their ponies, tiny little rats of things, dead-tired and very thin.
When they got back that evening, Carew was so dead-tired that he wished the wild cattle expedition at Jericho.
The whole town was dead-tired, unspeakably bored of life as it had to be lived under the Young Turks.
Urania was at the station and was startled to see Cornlie look grey and sallow, dead-tired, with hollow eyes.