After rescuing almost as many people as those who drowned, they climbed in exhaustion onto the roof of the nursing home.
At dawn, just as I was beginning to pass out from exhaustion, Mabrouka came in.
For the first time, she really tasted the rawness, the exhaustion, and the exhilaration of the family business.
Meanwhile, the official The Amazing Spider-Man series encounters similar points of exhaustion.
Workers lollygag, die of dehydration and exhaustion, and revolt.
As it was, all lay down on the snow, and from exhaustion were soon asleep.
When at length he won to peace, after ten years, it was the peace of exhaustion.
In the cab she drooped against him with a simplicity of exhaustion that was full, too, of content.
No languor, no dull headache, no exhaustion, follows your experience.
While he was tired and muscle-sore at the close of the drill, others were on the point of exhaustion.
exhaustion ex·haus·tion (ĭg-zôs'chən)
The inability to respond to stimuli; extreme fatigue.
The act or an instance of using up a supply of something.
The extraction of the active constituents of a drug by treating with water, alcohol, or another solvent.