fatigued


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drained of energy or effectiveness

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Don't ask my pardon, monsieur," said Mazarin, "for you fatigued yourself in my service.
I suffered no fatigue to recover from," replied the lady, raising her eyes to his with an expression that told the youth he had better talk straight forward at once; "I walk too much to be fatigued with so short an excursion.
I wish you may not be fatigued by so much exercise.
A LION, fatigued by the heat of a summer's day, fell fast asleep in his den.
I have overexerted myself; I am dreadfully fatigued.
In this posture they travelled many hours, till they came into a wide and well-beaten road, which, as they turned to the right, soon brought them to a very fair promising inn, where they all alighted: but so fatigued was Sophia, that as she had sat her horse during the last five or six miles with great difficulty, so was she now incapable of dismounting from him without assistance.
Nutty's brain was a little fatigued and he felt himself unequal to grasping this.
That dreamy gliding in the boat which had lasted for four hours, and had brought some weariness and exhaustion; the recoil of her fatigued sensations from the impracticable difficulty of getting out of the boat at this unknown distance from home, and walking for long miles,--all helped to bring her into more complete subjection to that strong, mysterious charm which made a last parting from Stephen seem the death of all joy, and made the thought of wounding him like the first touch of the torturing iron before which resolution shrank.
You are fatigued, and it may soon rain; it may be a wretched business, getting to Torby in this boat.
Of participants who were fatigued at time 1, 53% remained fatigued at time 2.
And, if you think you are too fatigued or weak or poorly coordinated to exercise, you may be pleasantly surprised.
One-third of fatigued patients surveyed (32%) reported that they had been diagnosed with anemia, yet only 9% of these patients were treated with prescription drugs or transfusions to address the fatigue.
Before treatment, 6 of 24 saliva samples (25%) from fatigued athletes had detectable levels of EBV DNA; after treatment only 1 of 24 samples (4%) did.
The 16 participants rode a stationary bicycle to exhaustion under two conditions: once when they were mentally fatigued and once when they were mentally rested.
Employees who are fatigued and overwhelmed are more likely to respond if the leader can tell a compelling story rather than just cite justifications for one more change initiative.