overworked

[ verb oh-ver-wurk; noun oh-ver-wurk ]SEE DEFINITION OF overworked

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She shared in the fun, and for the first time since her mother died was not overworked.

No doubt it has been overworked by enthusiastic believers in its efficiency.

But if I'd overworked myself in it, I should tear myself away.

Women who are so overworked that they have no time to think of it.

I began to fear he had overworked himself into a brain fever.

A poor little shabby, overworked thing, all eyes, and too big a forehead.

What if he overworked himself as he had done once a few years ago?

To expect help from his father, overworked and burdened with debt, was impossible.

Fetchke, as a result, was overworked, and fell ill of a fever.

Lyell in his letter remarked that you seemed to him as if you were overworked.

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