Thesaurus / dog-tired
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I could not but acquiesce, for I was “dog-tired,” and could not have sat up had I tried.

DraculaBram Stoker

If Billy had not been so dog-tired last night, he would have sat up and made John tell him everything from beginning to end.

Philosophy 4Owen Wister

The men were dog-tired, my guide was not certain of the road, though he never missed it, and I had never realised the distance.

A Company of TanksW. H. L. Watson

So saying, she gathered up her gloves and parasol, and swept up-stairs declaring that she was too dog-tired to talk.

We are too dirty and dog-tired when we tumble down, and have too little time to sleep it off.

On the TrackHenry Lawson

Neale was dog-tired as he hobbled back to the dressing-room and pulled off his dripping jersey.

Rough-HewnDorothy Canfield

Then he left me and I began to undress, for I was dog-tired and very sleepy.

She knew he was dog-tired, yet she allowed him to be angered, and she knew just what themes were sure to provoke his wrath.

In a Little TownRupert Hughes

We used sometimes to remember it as we rode home, dog-tired.

A Bride from the BushE. W. (Ernest William) Hornung

I was dog-tired, but the authorities, as represented by the sentries, were not disposed to let us enjoy what they were denied.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.