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synonyms for narcoleptic

  • annoyed
  • bored
  • distressed
  • drained
  • exasperated
  • fatigued
  • irritated
  • overworked
  • sleepy
  • stale
  • beat
  • collapsing
  • consumed
  • drooping
  • empty
  • enervated
  • fagged
  • faint
  • finished
  • flagging
  • irked
  • jaded
  • overtaxed
  • spent
  • wasted
  • worn
  • all in
  • asleep
  • broken-down
  • dead on one's feet
  • dog-tired
  • done for
  • done in
  • droopy
  • drowsy
  • fed up
  • haggard
  • petered out
  • played out
  • pooped
  • run-down
  • sick of
  • tuckered out
  • worn out
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antonyms for narcoleptic

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  • energized
  • lively
  • fresh
  • saved
  • unused
  • activated
  • active
  • fired up
  • invigorated
  • refreshed
  • rested
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WORDS RELATED TO NARCOLEPTIC

  • all in
  • annoyed
  • asleep
  • beat
  • bored
  • broken-down
  • collapsing
  • consumed
  • dead on one's feet
  • distressed
  • dog-tired
  • done for
  • done in
  • drained
  • drooping
  • droopy
  • drowsy
  • empty
  • enervated
  • exasperated
  • fagged
  • faint
  • fatigued
  • fed up
  • finished
  • flagging
  • haggard
  • irked
  • irritated
  • jaded
  • narcoleptic
  • overtaxed
  • overworked
  • petered out
  • played out
  • pooped
  • run-down
  • sick of
  • sleepy
  • spent
  • stale
  • tuckered out
  • wasted
  • worn
  • worn out
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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