View definitions for played out
adjective as in pooped
adjective as in spent
adjective as in stereotyped
adjective as in tired
adjective as in tuckered out
adjective as in worn/worn-out
adjective as in worn
adjective as in destitute
adjective as in dissipated
adjective as in effete
adjective as in fatigued
adjective as in finished
adjective as in hackneyed
The crowds booed and jeered as the embarrassing scene played out in front of them.
Before Kobani, the same logic had played out in other battles.
And we never really played out the idea of the ramifications of all these arms they sell.
The most egregious example of how this works has been played out in the Russian River Valley.
As a culture, sexuality and youth are played out in mild and extreme contexts in other fashion campaigns, television, and movies.
There her destiny would be played out, there and in the land of which London was the beating heart.
Gentlemen, Secession is played out—the dog is dead—the child is born, and his name is Jeff.
Gambling played out, but there remain the magnificent halls.
And that is how I was enabled to see the play played out between the ladies and the new Rector.
"Seems to me I've heard of an old, played-out proposition by that name," answered Chub.
On this page you'll find 548 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to played out, such as: beat, burned out, bushed, collapsing, dead on one's feet, and dog-tired.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.