fatiguing

[ fuh-teeg ]SEE DEFINITION OF fatiguing

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FATIGUING

The day was excessively hot again, and walking was most fatiguing.

This was our most fatiguing day, and we wanted our last encampment to be the best.

In the present delicate state of their health this would be too fatiguing.

His next whim was to be a locksmith; but this calling he found too fatiguing.

Help yourself, and remember you 'll have a fatiguing day to-morrow!

For this reason alone the reading of that work is a fatiguing process.

But when they are not yours, when you have really no right to them, it is not fatiguing to say so.

Our day had been very long and fatiguing—the cattle exhausted.

It was fatiguing and very dangerous work, but he succeeded at length.

But Sir Gervaise had no intention of fatiguing his people unnecessarily.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FATIGUING

wearying

adjectivetiring
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