英 [ɪg'zɔːstʃ(ə)n; eg-]
- exhaustion (n.)
- 1640s, "fatigue," noun of action from exhaust (v.) in sense of "drawing off" of strength. Etymological sense "act of drawing out or draining off" is from 1660s in English.
- 1. Lack of exercise can lead to feelings of depression and exhaustion.
- 2. Timothy was crying, mostly from exhaustion, and his nose was running.
- 3. She'd flung herself in a pose of melodramatic exhaustion.
- 4. I was suffering from acute sunstroke, starvation and exhaustion.
- 5. Staff say he is suffering from exhaustion.
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