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was developed

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come into being, come out, enter, oblige, perform, play, take part, be created, be developed, be invented.
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Correct spelling:
exhausted

Synonyms:

adjective
all
exhausted.
consumed
depleted, expended, consumed, spent, devoured, dissipated.
dead
sterile.
done for
had it, packed up, packed-up, ausgespielt.
dry
thirsty, rainless, dried-up, desiccant, Moistureless, evaporated, not irrigated, Unmoistened, searer, juiceless, sapless, waterless, Droughty, dried up.
epicene
feminine, epicene.
extremely tired
beat, done for, dog-tired, wasted, Prostrated, disabled, dead tired, enervated, dead, crippled, shot, weakened, wearied, tired out, weak, kaput, drained, had it, ready to drop, bushed, Frazzled, worn, bone-weary, done in, debilitated, limp, worn out, out on one's feet, spent, all in, Sapped, effete, bleary, run-down, outta gas.
fatigued
weary, Dog-weary, lethargic, enervated, overtired, dead-tired, worn-out, fagged out, washed out, drowsy, tired, dead-beat, Frazzled, ready to drop, Wayworn, sluggish, dog-tired, run-down, Flagged, Dead beat, lassitudinous, run down, sleepy, out of gas, fatigued.
feeble
lame, impotent, inefficient, wimpy, insufficient, Strengthless, in firm, helpless.
low
lower.
old
oldish, along in years, geriatric, over the hill, grizzled, broken down, past one's prime, veteran, not young, gray-haired.
poor
poorer.
reduced
deflated.
used up
depleted, empty, squandered, expended, all gone, done, dissipated, dry, washed-out, at an end, bare, finished, gone, consumed, void.
weak
Impuissant, faint, forceless, weakest.
weary
cheerless, sleepy, dead tired, uphill, droopy, fatigued, blue, trying, apathetic, limp, debilitated, toilsome, tired, wasted, flaccid, listless, drowsy, over-weary, sick and tired, depressed, bored, faint, Wayworn, Frazzled, weary, weak, footsore, bone-tired, feeble, worn-out, run down.
noun
exhausted
dog-tired, fagged, spent, fatigued, worn-out, evacuated, drained, expended, used-up, washed-out, consumed, gone, played out, depleted, tired.
tired
on your last legs, dozy.
verb
consumed
depleted, expended, consumed, spent, devoured, dissipated.
enervated
emptied, tapped, Sapped, enervated.
exited
run off, exited, departed, ran off, Issued, Spouted.
fatigued
Wore, ran down, tuckered, worn, wore out, worn down, wore down.
lost
dispossessed, lost, dropped, decremented, decreased, forfeited, Debited, Shrank, misplaced, shrunk, Divested, eroded, dissolved.
refreshed
fresh.
rejected
cropped, chopped, Eliminated, Disgorged, Spewed, Disallowed, Sniped, disapproved, blacklisted, junked, discharged, Ejaculated, clipped, jilted, Blackballed, Belched, Oppugned, sheared, checked, Exuded, Denied, jettisoned, vented, evacuated, cut, deep-sixed, shedded, Excised, Vomited, Excreted, discarded, drained, erupted, barred, Ejected, abandoned, Excluded, Emitted, Trashed, scraped, Disclaimed, Curtailed, seeped, lopped, Secreted, rejected, Culled.
Examples of usage:
  1. Her temper exhausted itself gradually. – The Revolution in Tanner's Lane by Mark Rutherford
  2. At length, in the second week of December, Osman's supply of food was exhausted. – History of Modern Europe 1792-1878 by C. A. Fyffe
  3. Just before the sun set an exhausted dog staggered toward an old man, almost as exhausted as he. – Frank of Freedom Hill by Samuel A. Derieux
  4. Then there was silence for a while, the matter of poor Thomas Bolle and his conduct being exhausted between them, who indeed were in no mood for argument about people whom they would never see again. – The Lady Of Blossholme by H. Rider Haggard
  5. He realized he was almost exhausted. – Rebels of the Red Planet by Charles Louis Fontenay

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