During the exhausting 1992 campaign I was asked if Clinton got tired of the crowds: their neediness, their wide-eyed lunging.
In this slice of reality the future appears bleak, the present somehow both bland and exhausting.
She lived in a dormitory, joining some 80 other swimmers; their practice sessions ran an exhausting five-and-a-half hours a day.
Holbrooke could be exhausting, even to his staunchest allies and defenders.
After 12 exhausting hours of labor, the usually shy Ritz found herself repeating, “I love you, Dr. Paul!”
"We are here for a complete rest after exhausting labours," he stated.
There are few things so exhausting as the quiet of the country.
It is exhausting to belabour a thick-skinned and obstinate animal with a stick.
We were exhausting ourselves by this sort of imbecile wrestling.
At first the resumption of routine after years of indolence was irksome and exhausting.
"waste gas," 1848, originally from steam engines, from exhaust (v.). In reference to internal combustion engines by 1896.