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synonyms for fatigued

  • exhausted
  • listless
  • weary
  • beat
  • bedraggled
  • bushed
  • dropping
  • enervated
  • jaded
  • overtired
  • prostrate
  • spent
  • tuckered
  • wasted
  • worn
  • all in
  • blasé
  • dead
  • dead-beat
  • dead-tired
  • dog-tired
  • dog-weary
  • done in
  • droopy
  • fagged out
  • languid
  • languorous
  • lassitudinous
  • out of gas
  • played out
  • pooped
  • ready to drop
  • washed out
  • worn-out
  • zonked
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antonyms for fatigued

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  • energetic
  • fresh
  • lively
  • untired
  • invigorated
  • unused
  • alert
  • energized
  • keen
  • refreshed
  • vivacious
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How to use fatigued in a sentence

A staffing shortage has left hospitals across the country with fewer respiratory therapists and nurses, and those who remain are fatigued and increasingly frustrated.
THE LAMENT OF COVID-19 CAREGIVERS IN THE NATION’S SAFETY-NET HOSPITALS: ‘WHAT COULD BE NEXT?’AKILAH JOHNSONAUGUST 24, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Now, 13 months later, she noted that she still felt fatigued and short of breath.
WHY LONG COVID-19 REMAINS A POORLY UNDERSTOOD DISEASEALLISON NAVISAUGUST 17, 2021QUARTZ
The presidential hopeful went home fatigued by the talk of, well, Bush Fatigue.
ANDREW CUOMO IS CALLING IT QUITS IN ALBANY. BUT THE POLITICAL DYNASTY MAY ENDUREPHILIP ELLIOTTAUGUST 11, 2021TIME
It is “not just that I’m drawn with a pencil,” she says — it also reflects being fatigued and physically drawn.
HOW TIG NOTARO CREATED A CARTOON STANDUP SPECIAL ABOUT LIFE, DEATH AND DOLLY PARTONMICHAEL CAVNAJULY 23, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Virtual HQs race to win over a remote-work-fatigued marketThe co-founders first piloted Nooks within Stanford, giving it to teaching assistants to use as an engaging layer to summer virtual classes.
NOOKS SET TO SEED ITS OWN IN THE WORLD OF VIRTUAL HQSNATASHA MASCARENHASJULY 14, 2021TECHCRUNCH
Athletes who don’t pay attention to their water intake may begin to experience symptoms of dehydration, which include feeling fatigued, dizzy, and light-headed.
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Although he has a cough and is fatigued with moderate symptoms, he’s spending several hours every day making phone calls to help others find ventilator- and oxygen-supported hospital beds for their loved ones.
HOW INDIA’S COVID-19 CRISIS BECAME THE WORST IN THE WORLDPRIYANKA RUNWALMAY 9, 2021SCIENCE NEWS
You run through all those scenarios — everything he’s been going through to better understand why he was so fatigued.
A RARE DISEASE, A COVID DIAGNOSIS, A PAINFUL DECISION: THE DEATH OF BASKETBALL COACH LEW HILLDAVE SHEININFEBRUARY 11, 2021WASHINGTON POST
He spent the hours before sunrise stalking the decks, looking for fatigued jaegers and shearwaters that see our lights as an island of rest.
I SAW THE WORLD ON CRUISE SHIPSDEVIN MURPHYJANUARY 19, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
At the same time, the public has become increasingly fatigued with the pandemic and all the hindrances it’s produced in everyday life.
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WORDS RELATED TO FATIGUED

  • dog tired
  • exhausted
  • fatigued
  • kaput
  • wearied
  • weary
  • worn out
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