Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of fatigue.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Adrienne never opened the _Officiel_, which Vaudrey received in his private office, pretending that the sight of a newspaper too vividly recalled the fatiguing political life that absorbed him.

    His Excellency the Minister

  • It's kind of fatiguing to think I'll be forty-three, but hey, if I don't practice, I'll still be forty-three!

    New Year, motivation

  • They have, moreover, this remarkable hygienic quality, that they can be drunk in large quantity without, as the French say, "fatiguing" either head or stomach.

    The Art of Living in Australia ; together with three hundred Australian cookery recipes and accessory kitchen information by Mrs. H. Wicken

  • Don't we, a goodly number as we are, derive enough pleasure from our wine-bouts and plays that I should go in quest of such kind of fatiguing recreation!

    Hung Lou Meng, Book II Or, the Dream of the Red Chamber, a Chinese Novel in Two Books

  • There thoughts, sentiments, opinions, feelings, actions too, are nothing but agitation in empty space -- to amuse life -- a sort of superior debauchery, exciting and fatiguing, meaning nothing, leading nowhere.

    Within the Tides

  • It's the opposite of 'fatiguing'; you build up charges through your own obsession, what you WANT to do whenever possible, avoiding the taboos that dilute or counter your hardened, mad perspective on the world.

    Critical Hits

  • "When we stress the muscle a bit though, such as fatiguing it, there are some hints toward functional impairment, but overall the muscle has coped well, functionally anyways."

    Science Blog - Science news straight from the source

  • Don’t we, a goodly number as we are, derive enough pleasure from our wine-bouts and plays that I should go in quest of such kind of fatiguing recreation!

    Hung Lou Meng

  • The NTSB ultimately did not find that the controller was at fault in the crash, but was concerned enough to issue recommendations to the FAA and the NATCA urging that they adopt less fatiguing schedules.

    Controller fatigue an ongoing concern

  • The voyage down the creek was “tedious & very fatiguing,” several times the party nearly foundered on rocks, and many times all hands had to get out and wade in the water half an hour or more to get over the shoals.

    George Washington’s First War

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