Synonym: debilitation, enervation, enfeeblement. Similar words: exhaust, exhausted, exhalation, constitutional convention, exhibition, exhilaration, question, frustration. Meaning: [-tʃn] n. 1. extreme fatigue 2. serious weakening and loss of energy 3. the act of exhausting something entirely.
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1 She was taken to hospital suffering from exhaustion.
2 He collapsed with exhaustion.
3 He had complained of exhaustion after his gruelling schedule over the past week.
4 Many runners were suffering from heat exhaustion .
5 She slumped to the ground, near to heat exhaustion.
6 The runners looked near exhaustion.
7 Sheer exhaustion forced him to give up.
8 She slept the sleep of exhaustion.
9 He fell silent, with his head bowed in exhaustion.
10 She was suffering from physical and mental exhaustion.
11 She felt ill with/from exhaustion.
12 We can define burnout as exhaustion.
13 He was hollow-eyed and seemed very close to exhaustion.
14 His voice was hoarse with exhaustion.
15 Staff say he is suffering from exhaustion.
16 She was faint with exhaustion.
17 Don't work too hard and drive yourself to exhaustion.
18 Her face was grey with exhaustion.
19 Two of the horses collapsed with exhaustion.
20 He was half dead with exhaustion.
21 They were in a state of exhaustion after climbing the mountain.
22 Timothy was crying, mostly from exhaustion, and his nose was running.
23 He ascribed his exhaustion to the heat and an unfamiliar diet.
24 Too much is made of the exhaustion of war.
25 Several elderly men were treated for heat exhaustion.
26 It was just pure physical exhaustion and then collapse.
27 Profuse sweating is one of the symptoms of heat exhaustion.
28 It was a constant wonder to me that my father didn't die of exhaustion.
29 He played the poor fish until it rolled, belly up,(www.Sentencedict.com) from exhaustion.
30 Lack of exercise can lead to feelings of depression and exhaustion.
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