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Synonyms for exhaust

Synonyms for exhaust

to make extremely tired

to lessen or weaken severely, as by removing something essential

Synonyms for exhaust

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It is objective, dispassionate and above all, exhaustively and, occasionally exhaustingly, researched.
Moreover, Gaukroger's exposition is exceptionally clear, sober and thoughtful, if sometimes exhaustingly thorough.
Like bull's-eyes on their backs every night, an exhaustingly short offseason, and that cursed malady CCH (Cup Celebration Hangover) - things that have prevented repeat champions since the Detroit Red Wings last won back-to-back in 1997 and '98.
The walking pilgrimage was sometimes ecstatically liberating, sometimes exhaustingly intense but always magic-filled.
He can't decide whether business is exhaustingly successful or successfully exhausting.
Use of analysis models designed for general application by semanticists are exhaustingly thorough to the point of accounting for all possible permutations, so tenacious that positive effects would be rendered lifeless.
It is brilliantly argued, sometimes exhaustingly so, but it will reward those who come to it with an open mind.
5 million whitetails, and with the unique situation of 98 percent private land Texas whitetails are extensively, intensively, even exhaustingly managed.
Wood-Fired Cooking is an exhaustingly researched and inspiring invitation for anyone to rub two sticks together.
Both these connections can be seen in Perec's Oulipian monument and masterpiece, Life A User's Manual, which is devoid neither of exhaustingly monotonous list-poems nor of acute microsocial perceptions.
The first third of the book provides exhaustingly long, mundane, and redundant details of ordinary life in 1966, drawn from letters and diaries, which is likely to deter some readers.
Noble may be a familiar face in Birmingham, bassist Dave Whitford and drummer Dave Wickins are less so: the former fulfilled the expectations of so many modern bassists by being the solid central fulcrum about which wild things can spin, the latter was almost exhaustingly busy on a marvellously archaic kit and loads of added toys.
10:00AM Moyles and his team prepare for their ascent up Snowdon by checking equipment; 18:00PM Tired Moyles finally emerges at the bottom after an exhaustingly long climb
Perhaps contrary to popular sentiment, a creative teacher does not have to reflect a fixed and elite personality trait, something along the lines of Robin William's charismatic and exhaustingly innovative character in the film Dead Poets Society.
She thinks Jews are exhaustingly self-pitying and obsessed with historical atrocities, and sinks instead into her own reverie, a Pagan one.