from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Extremely tired.
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- adj. Exhausted.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Tired as a dog after a long chase.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. drained of energy or effectiveness; extremely tired; completely exhausted
And sometimes, yes, my body and mind are just dog-tired and I need to sleep in instead of getting up for my pre-dawn run.
I can see myself now, worn out and dog-tired after the long day, lying on the mats of the palace veranda and gazing upon her at the piano, myself in a perfect idiocy of bliss.
They looked to be dog-tired, too, but I doubt that anyone will ever see a happier reunion of sisters — at least onthisside of the grave.
“Enjoy, and when you see some women younger than you going through the dog-tired blues, you send them a drink.”
I made it to Home Sweet Home dead dog-tired, checked in, trudged to my room, and opened the door.
We're dog-tired, Wrinkled as a Sharpei and barking like a bitch.
It shows three soldiers, unshaven and dog-tired from battle, trudging through Paris past a Parisian woman bundled in rags.
He beamed, and I thought, oh God, please let him get off at Custer City; it was hot, and I was dog-tired, and wanted peace.
But as dog-tired as many Virginians may be of campaigns, the fact remains that the Democratic primary will be June 9 and one of three candidates will be selected to run against Republican Bob McDonnell.
I'm dog-tired of being accused of trotting out clichéd terms.