worn-out

[wawrn-out, wohrn-]
adjective
1.
worn or used beyond repair.
2.
depleted of energy, strength, or enthusiasm; exhausted; fatigued.

Origin:
1585–95

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worn-out
 
adj
1.  worn or used until threadbare, valueless, or useless
2.  exhausted; very weary

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worn out

see wear out.

The American Heritage® Dictionary of Idioms by Christine Ammer.
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Example sentences
Lending money to family and friends is a timeworn tradition--one that probably
  has worn out more relationships than it has helped.
Fatigue is often described as feeling worn out or exhausted.
But those aviators are worn out from non-stop drone-piloting duty.
Most of the workers are now worn out, unemployed, living on welfare.
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