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- adj. Tired; weary.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of fatigue.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. drained of energy or effectiveness; extremely tired; completely exhausted
Sorry, no etymologies found.
In a self-powered race like a footrace, you can add your STR bonus to this in a given round but then have to make a DC 15 Fort save to not become fatigued from the exertion.
“We were all trying to push each other, but we were really fatigued from the heat,” she said.
There's no similar hook in The Clone Wars -- not aided by the fact that this conflict has already been covered in novel, comic book, and animated form previously (Genndy Tartovsky's collection of five-minute shorts was a magnificent piece of work) -- and people are also fatigued from the giant black hole of dreadful that was the prequel trilogy.
'' They looked fatigued from the game, from the energy of the game, and we were able to ride that spurt from the third quarter. ''
She reached Grahamstown much fatigued from the jolting of so unwieldy a thing as a Cape waggon, but no other vehicle can bear the shock caused by the roughness of the mountain roads.
Being still fatigued from the exertions of the days preceding our departure, we did not attempt to go on shore.
It is only under neurasthenic or neuropathic conditions -- that is to say, in an organism which from acquired or congenital causes, and usually perhaps both, has become enfeebled, irritable, "fatigued" -- that these manifestations are liable to flourish vigorously, to come to the forefront of sexual consciousness, and even to attain such seriously urgent importance that they may in themselves constitute the entire end and aim of sexual desire.
While, obviously, the Red Baron didn’t shoot himself, he was tired out, fatigued from the war, and disobeyed some of the rules that he, himself, had written as a training guide for other members of his squadron.
"Poor thing" thought Mr. Palsey "she cant guess the worst yet," out loud he added "hush Miss Winston, you are over fatigued, that is all, would you like a cup of coffee? the refreshment room is not yet closed."
If the brain-cells are in the state of highest efficiency, if their energy has not been drawn upon, then consciousness is at its height; if the brain is fatigued, that is, if the energy stored in the cells has been exhausted to any degree, then the intensity of consciousness is diminished.
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