The actors perform these scenes for four, sometimes six hour, stints and are “exhausted,” he adds, by the end of their shifts.
When all the questions had been considered and exhausted, what remained was rage.
Thus, they arrived at work debilitated by disease or exhausted by the long trek from home.
exhausted, Christopher went directly back to the Hope Center to sleep—his first in three days.
They must rely completely on hospital staff, who are often overworked, exhausted, and juggling many births at once.
The man was reeking with sweat, exhausted and in mortal fear.
exhausted in mind and body, she could not long endure this tide of recollection.
They numbered seven hundred men, and were exhausted with hunger, thirst, and fatigue.
He has been exhausted by loss of blood, but a few days' quiet will set that right.
The situation was changed; yet he felt too exhausted to disavow the servant's conclusion.
mid-17c., "consumed, used up;" of persons, "tired out," past participle adjective from exhaust (v.). Related: Exhaustedly.
"waste gas," 1848, originally from steam engines, from exhaust (v.). In reference to internal combustion engines by 1896.