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Adjective
Feeling tired, fatigued or weary
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“The mountain climbers would do everything they could to carry their exhausted companions back to safety.”
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(of resources or reserves) Completely used up
“Years of overfishing have led to exhausted cod stocks in the Grand Banks off Newfoundland.”
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(colloquial) Physically weak
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Having sunken, dark ringed eyes demonstrative of fear or lack of sleep
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Out of date
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Feeling sleepy or lethargic
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(environment) Lacking in something essential for growth
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Without rain
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Reduced
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Snowed under
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Feeling dizzy and close to losing consciousness
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Of, pertaining to or characteristic of a stereotype
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Useless or having no chance of success
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Finished or having been brought to an end
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Without inhabitants
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Soaked up
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Unable to pay debts
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Not working
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To have expended or consumed by employing
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“They adapt very well to an itinerant existence for a few weeks, setting up shop in various places, until they exhaust their stock of goods.”
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Without hope of recovery
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Past tense for to cause to become tired, weary or fatigued
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“While Henry finds the character easy to understand on an emotional level, she admits she's been finding the play exhausting on a physical level.”
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Past tense for to draw or let out wholly
“Neither book gives the full story on Celebration, but between them they pretty much exhaust a subject that is fairly easily exhausted.”
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Past tense for to drive out with force
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Past tense for use up the supply or resources of
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Past tense for to make heavy demands on
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Past tense for to inspire boredom in a person
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Past tense for to cheat, deceive or defraud someone for personal gain
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Past tense for to give pain, affliction, or vexation to
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Past tense for to cause to be empty or vacant
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Past tense for to treat someone or something badly or unkindly
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Past tense for empty something
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Past tense for to decrease in feeling or strength
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Past tense for break or cause to break suddenly and violently into pieces
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Past tense for reduce or cause to contract
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Past tense for to wear away gradually
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Past tense for exploit or defraud by taking small amounts of money over a period of time
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