exhausted

[ ig-zawst ]SEE DEFINITION OF exhausted

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXHAUSTED

Exhausted in mind and body, she could not long endure this tide of recollection.

We have endured much from them, and I must say that my patience is exhausted.

She did not weep: long ago she had exhausted the relief of tears.

But Mr. Thomson's contributions may fairly be said to have exhausted the "romance" of the road.

But Fortune had not yet exhausted her malice against the hapless Athenians.

He has been exhausted by loss of blood, but a few days' quiet will set that right.

She was exhausted, and rose up hastily, surprised that daylight had come.

Then exhausted by the effort, she was again forced to keep her chamber.

It seemed to them as if their felicity in seeing each other could never be exhausted.

Then she sat down in the corner of the sofa, exhausted but alert.

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