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  • She was so exhausted that she said she would never return to life.
  • Such efforts may be made as an act of will after one is already exhausted.
  • The round is over when the stock has been exhausted and the last deal played.
  • Exhausted, having been away from his family for too long, he accepted.
  • In those years sports such as running were considered far too exhausting for women.
  • When he returned, his men were exhausted and his horse was spent from the heat.
  • Once those means had been exhausted, they would take to the road in search of food.
  • The round is over when the deck has been exhausted and the last deal played.
  • His labor on this subject exhausted his strength and made him ill.
  • The reason why this is important is an exhausted fish can easily die if released too soon.
  • He stopped only because his horse was exhausting and he needed another to continue the fight.
  • Cards are usually left on the table after each player's final hand is exhausted.
  • A second attempt failed, too, because of the exhausting tour that ended just before.
  • We needed it after the exhausting work of the past eight days. Cited from A Yankee in the Trenches, by R. Derby Holmes
  • When his resources were exhausted, he went on the road looking for opportunities.
  • The players looked like they were going to fall asleep after their exhausting day.
  • After the lead resources were exhausted, the city became home to numerous industries.
  • I have no energy left for anything else; and even this effort quite exhausts me. Cited from Fountains In The Sand, by Norman Douglas
  • They are played after the stock and the cards in your hand have exhausted.
  • After that trial, he retired from criminal cases due to their exhausting nature.
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Meaning of exhaust

  • noun Gases ejected from an engine as waste products
  • noun System consisting of the parts of an engine through which burned gases or steam are discharged
  • verb Wear out completely
    This kind of work exhausts me, I'm beat, He was all washed up after the exam
  • verb Use up the whole supply of
    We have exhausted the food supplies
  • verb Eliminate (a substance)
    combustion products are exhausted in the engine, the plant releases a gas