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enervated, lethargic, sluggish, Flagged, dog-tired, drowsy, exhausted, fatigued, played out, sleepy, tired, worn-out, Dead beat, Dog-weary, Wayworn, Frazzled, run down, overtired, dead-beat, dead-tired, fagged out, lassitudinous, out of gas, run-down, washed out.
been around, tired-out, worn-down.
overstrung, unstrung, over-excited, strung-out, keyed up, steamed up, in a state, over-wrought, all shook up, fired-up, freaked-out, hot under collar, hot-and-bothered, hyper, keyed-up, strung out, worked-up, wound-up.
all in, beat, bored, bushed, dead, discontented, disgusted, dog-tired, drained, drooping, drowsy, enervated, exhausted, fagged, fatigued, fed up, flagging, impatient, indifferent, jaded, sick, sleepy, spent, wearied, wearing, wiped out, Overworked, Taxed, Pooped, Punchy, done in, zonked, sick and tired, had it, ready to drop, worn out, bone-tired, dead tired, out of gas, burned out, knocked out.
apathetic, blue, bored, cheerless, debilitated, depressed, droopy, drowsy, exhausted, faint, fatigued, feeble, flaccid, footsore, limp, listless, sleepy, tired, toilsome, trying, uphill, wasted, weak, worn-out, Wayworn, Frazzled, run down, over-weary.
Overworked, study at tired.
dozy, on your last legs.
aweary, fag, fag out, fatigue, jade, outwear, tire, tire out, tired, wear, wear down, wear out, wear upon.
annoy, bore, dull, fatigue, sedate, tire, tranquilize.
annoy, bore, burden, cloy, debilitate, depress, disgust, dishearten, distress, drain, droop, drowse, enervate, enfeeble, exasperate, exhaust, fade, fag, fail, fall off, fatigue, flag, glut, harass, irk, jade, nauseate, oppress, overwork, pain, plague, sap, sicken, sink, strain, tax, tire, tire out, tucker out, vex, weaken, wear down, wear out, weigh, take it out of, cause ennui, grow tired, have had enough, leave one cold, lose interest, make discontented, try the patience of.
Examples of usage:
– Janet's Love and Service by Margaret M Robertson
– Wanderers by Knut Hamsun
– By Right of Purchase by Harold Bindloss
– The Gold of Chickaree by Susan Warner
– The Last Of The Barons, Complete by Edward Bulwer-Lytton