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exhausted is a synonym of tired

adjective [ ig-zaws-tid ]

exhausted is another word for tired

✅  Tired is a common word to describe a state of having used up most of your energy (The dog was tired from playing all day).

✅  Exhausted is more intense than tired and describes having no energy left at all (She felt exhausted after moving the furniture). Often, it implies that you’ve done something requiring a lot of effort (We were all exhausted after the climb).

✅  Tired and exhausted can also both refer to low emotional energy, or describe a lack of sleep (Job stress left him exhausted; I woke up still tired).

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humiliate is a synonym of humble

verb [ hyoo-mil-ee-eyt ]

humiliate is another word for humble

✅  Humble means to lower someone’s pride, or make them less arrogant (His defeat humbled him).

✅  Humiliate means to make someone feel completely worthless or inadequate in a painful way (The boss humiliated them).

✅  Humiliate usually implies treating someone cruelly (We humiliated the emperor in battle), while humble just means bringing someone down a peg, or encouraging them to be less arrogant (Seeing the number of errors in his work humbled him).

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bizarre is a synonym of weird

adjective [ bih-zahr ]

bizarre is another word for weird

✅  Weird is the best word to describe something mysterious, uncanny or supernatural (a weird glow in the sky).

✅  Bizarre is the best word to describe something very strange, especially when it’s also whimsical (bizarre costumes).

✅  Both adjectives are also used to mean out of the ordinary. In this sense, bizarre is a more intense word than weird (a weird coincidence; a truly bizarre turn of events).

✅  Weird is more commonly used to describe a person than bizarre. Bizarre usually describes someone’s behavior, manner, or dress, rather than their personality (My friend is a bit weird; Her ideas were bizarre).

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