Similar words: wretchedness, wednesday, tired, tired of, retired, be tired of, madness, sadness. Meaning: ['taɪə(r)dnɪs] n. temporary loss of strength and energy resulting from hard physical or mental work.
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1. Excessive tiredness while driving can kill.
2. Tiredness also affects visual acuity.
3. Tiredness and despair were etched into his face.
4. The main symptoms of anaemia are tiredness and pallor.
5. Stress and tiredness affect your powers of concentration.
6. His tiredness caused him to make a regrettable error.
7. A desperate tiredness set in after hours of anxious waiting.
8. Stress and tiredness often result in a lack of concentration.
9. A wave of tiredness came upon her.
10. Her arm muscles have knotted with tiredness.
11. Symptoms are unusual paleness and tiredness.
12. A dangerous tiredness crept over her as she drove.
13. A feeling of tiredness began to creep over her.
14. Tiredness can seriously impair your ability to drive.
15. He had to cancel some engagements because of tiredness.
16. Tiredness was etched on his face.
17. Bad circulation can cause various symptoms such as tiredness.
18. Do not ignore warning signs such as tiredness.
19. Symptoms include tiredness, paleness[Sentencedict.com ], and lethargy.
20. Tiredness cannot possibly justify your treating staff this way.
21. Her face was etched with tiredness.
22. She pleaded tiredness and went to bed early.
23. His face was etched with tiredness.
24. I was overtaken by a sudden wave of tiredness.
25. She felt sick from tiredness.
26. A wave of tiredness swept over her.
27. People incline to tiredness in Summer.
28. He felt half dead with tiredness.
29. Once the last boxes were packed away, he was overtaken by a wave of tiredness.
30. Our perception of things is often influenced by subjective factors, such as tiredness.
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