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beat (informal) very tired; exhausted. [1/9 definitions]
bore2 to make tired by being dull. [1/2 definitions]
bored feeling tired or restless because of having to do something that is not interesting.
burn out to become extremely tired and no longer interested in doing something. [1/2 definitions]
done in (informal) very tired; worn out.
exhaust to make tired; wear out. [1/4 definitions]
faint very tired, dizzy, or about to become unconscious. [1/4 definitions]
fatigue the condition of being tired in body or mind. [1/2 definitions]
haggard having a very tired, worried, or wasted look.
jet lag a feeling of being very tired or not well after traveling by airplane across different time zones.
lethargic feeling as if one has no energy; not wanting to move or do anything.
linking verb a verb that connects a subject to the words that tell about the subject. In the sentence, "I was very tired," "was" is a linking verb.
overdo to get tired; wear out. [1/3 definitions]
plod to move in a slow, tired, or heavy way. [1/2 definitions]
run-down tired or weak. [1/3 definitions]
sick tired, disgusted, or upset. [1/4 definitions]
sigh to breathe out with a long breath because of being sad, tired, or relieved. [1/3 definitions]
tire1 to use up the strength and energy of; make tired. [1/4 definitions]
wear out to make tired or weary. [1/2 definitions]
weary tired in body or mind; fatigued. [1/4 definitions]
worn-out very tired. [1/2 definitions]