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Synonyms for exhaust

Synonyms for exhaust

to make extremely tired

to lessen or weaken severely, as by removing something essential

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Exhaustedly, I looked through the family photograph albums.
By the time the third act exhaustedly appears, it's hardly a wonder that some major characters have no idea where other major characters are, or what they're doing.
In every case, we exhaustedly looked at different proportions and different techniques on items to come up with what we recommend as the best way to perform that particular task.
After the performance Paul seemed exhaustedly energized, especially when a striking woman came backstage and said, "I'm Mary Wigman; I liked the second dance.
With that he tries but fails to stifle a yawn, apologises if he's been "too boring", and heads exhaustedly for home.
Brooten exhaustedly examines lesbian history from the time of the Egyptians up to the fifth century.
Having managed to swim exhaustedly out of that one, paddle over to the relative calm of The Archive.
The body and the mind work and work in their labors of deflection, and you collapse, exhaustedly, into your heap; and your torpor scams you into thinking that, somehow, it's all been worthwhile.
This is coincident with the idea that while children, ignorant and "innocent," may be "ardent," those who are pictured as actual combatants are not; they are exhaustedly intent on "rest" (4), what enthusiasm they show inspired not by nobility but fear.
With a street map in hand, I like nothing better than to set out with the aim of taking in as much sight-seeing as possible on foot before staggering exhaustedly to the nearest Tube station.
With two doyens of style, Brad Pitt and Russell Brand, deciding to shave off their beards, I'm exhaustedly pondering whether to follow suit.
At the end of the day, our men would exhaustedly return from their cyber-battle, only to unenthusiastically join us for dinner (if we were lucky) and audaciously plead with us to massage their crippled hands.
As we exhaustedly awaited our luggage at Gatwick a dad of two came up to me and smiled as he sighed: "Twelve-hour flight