To most writers, the subject of money is like the words of a bully—they exhaust themselves pretending to not be affected by it.
You might exhaust yourself trying to please them both which is more work than you realize.
They intentionally loaded in people and killed them with exhaust fumes.
Smoke coming from the exhaust pipes and a wheel spinning in mud are two examples.
Six months later he was found dead in his car on the side of the road, a garden hose attached to the exhaust pipe.
Such strong, primitive types of Negro womanhood in America seem to some to exhaust its capabilities.
For example, there is neither an intake or exhaust manifold on the motor.
These only exhaust fifteen of the thirty-six, and we are unable to account for the remaining twenty-one ordered to be nominated.
Their historians said that toil did not wear out his body or exhaust his energy.
In short, she seemed determined to exhaust her energies and her anger upon the helpless and inanimate things about her.
"waste gas," 1848, originally from steam engines, from exhaust (v.). In reference to internal combustion engines by 1896.