exhaustion[ ig-zaws-chuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF exhaustion
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXHAUSTION
From the exhaustion that followed excess of feeling, she slept.
Truly then his plea of exhaustion would not be without excuse!
When at length he won to peace, after ten years, it was the peace of exhaustion.
No languor, no dull headache, no exhaustion, follows your experience.
Her look of weakness and exhaustion did indeed strike him painfully.
To write them had brought relief, but also exhaustion of mind and body.
(p. 254) He died of exhaustion, that is, of devotion to the country.
Breathless from her ordeal, she sank to the grass, her breasts heaving with exhaustion.
From the eighth month she fell into a fever, into exhaustion and languor.
He sighed at its end, as if from exhaustion; then he crossed his legs again.