Antonyms for over-worked

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The horses were poor-looking, and seemed all over-worked and exhausted.

Has he over-worked himself; is this the effect of an over-exerted brain?

All who lived with her, though well-dressed, were scantily fed and over-worked.

"He is over-worked, and it seems to me his affairs are in a bad way," Nejdanov said.

Enough to purchase a long respite for the over-worked singer.

I think you must be over-worked, over-strained, without knowing it.

But during the first year he over-worked himself dreadfully.

The kidneys, bacteria and fuel furnaces of the body are all over-worked to get rid of it.

They are over-worked and half-fed at sea, and swindled on shore.

The strain of our hurried, over-worked life has something to do with this.