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See definition of overtire on Dictionary.com
  • as inoverdo
  • as inprostrate
  • as injade
  • as inpoop
  • as intire out
  • as inexhaust
  • as infatigue

synonyms for overtire

  • exaggerate
  • overestimate
  • overplay
  • overrate
  • overreach
  • overstate
  • overuse
  • overvalue
  • amplify
  • belabor
  • fatigue
  • hype
  • magnify
  • overburden
  • overindulge
  • overload
  • overtax
  • overwork
  • pressure
  • puff
  • stretch
  • be intemperate
  • bite off too much
  • do to death
  • drive oneself
  • go overboard
  • go too far
  • lay it on
  • make federal case
  • not know when to stop
  • pile on
  • run into the ground
  • run riot
  • strain oneself
  • talk big
  • wear down
  • wear oneself out
See also synonyms for: overtired
  • disable
  • debilitate
  • sag
  • deplete
  • enervate
  • weaken
  • droop
  • tire
  • bush
  • take
  • languish
  • succumb
  • exhaust
  • poop
  • weary
  • flag
  • sink
  • drain
  • drop
  • fizzle
  • prostrate
  • wear
  • burn out
  • knock out
  • peter out
  • wear down
  • wear out
  • tucker
  • bedraggle
  • fag
  • conk out
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antonyms for overtire

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  • play down
  • compress
  • decrease
  • lessen
  • ignore
  • neglect
    • add
    • give
    • help
    • fill
    • strengthen
    • rise
    • refresh
    • activate
    • invigorate
    • energize
    • assist
    • aid
    • pour
    • increase
    • grow
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    How to use overtire in a sentence

    Don't overtire yourself—don't use improvidently the new strength.
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    The journey did not overtire me, and change of air had its usual reviving effect.
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    Above all things, take care of yourself, and do not overtire.
    LETTERS TO AN UNKNOWNPROSPER MRIME
    Even if you do overtire the ponies a bit, it doesn't matter now that we are so near Lillooet.
    GOLD, GOLD, IN CARIBOO!CLIVE PHILLIPPS-WOLLEY
    I am so glad I sent the children to help you; do not overtire yourself.'
    DOCTOR CUPIDRHODA BROUGHTON
    There she left her, with strict injunctions to Chloe not to let her “new mistress” overtire herself.
    DOROTHY ON A HOUSE BOATEVELYN RAYMOND
    She was watching him with tender anxiety, fearing lest he should overtire himself; but he reassured her with a light laugh.
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    WORDS RELATED TO OVERTIRE

    • bankrupt
    • burn out
    • conk out
    • cripple
    • debilitate
    • disable
    • do in
    • drain
    • draw
    • enervate
    • enfeeble
    • fag
    • fatigue
    • frazzle
    • impoverish
    • overdo
    • overexert
    • overextend
    • overfatigue
    • overtire
    • overwork
    • peter out
    • poop
    • prostrate
    • run ragged
    • sap
    • suck dry
    • tucker
    • use up
    • weaken
    • wear down
    • weary
    Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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