My friend, who was in charge, was over-taxed, and I came down to help her.
His powers, both mental and physical, had evidently been over-taxed.
The Senator has over-taxed himself a little, that is all, and needs rest.
Her strength had been over-taxed by the emotions of the last few days, and it suddenly gave way.
The limits of my endurance had now happily been reached, the over-taxed valves of my heart could stand no more—I fainted.
Hence the little one who is over-taxed by stimuli, in places where these abound, cries or falls asleep.
The next minute the overstrained nerves—the over-taxed brain—had given away, and she fell into a deep, dreamless sleep.
If the body or the mind is over-taxed singing becomes an impossibility.
The over-taxed candle flame stooped and expired, the scent of its funeral pile rising from a small red point in darkness.
To speak plainly, you have over-taxed yourself, and have treated Nature unfairly.