Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of overtire.
  • adjective Overly tired

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Examples

  • “You can be what they call overtired and still not fall asleep,” he said.

    Willow

  • “You can be what they call overtired and still not fall asleep,” he said.

    Willow

  • “You can be what they call overtired and still not fall asleep,” he said.

    Willow

  • Nobody would’ve been surprised that I couldn’t sleep that night, overtired from the drive and feeling like I’d entered a house of amiable neighbors.

    EXIT • by Donna Steiner

  • Parenting. com message board whether a baby being "overtired" is a myth.

    Mother Talkers

  • Otherwise, she will get overtired, and it will take longer to fall asleep, she said.

    Cry for Help: Make This Tot Sleep

  • Although being overtired and giddy can cause us to act out, so there is definite shenanigan potential.

    On the blueline: One game to go, vs. Canada, gold at stake

  • I have found that it is really important to make sure that Jacopo gets his normal naps on the flight so he isn't overtired but then push him to stay up until normal bedtime when we land, he loves airport stimulation so that works pretty well.

    Ondine Cohane: Tokyo Delights

  • I'm happy you caught yourself snoring, which means you did relax, (probably because you are overtired from staying up far too late blogging or watching that bloody wrestling).

    Tyler gets his first professional massage

  • Imagine the horror of spending a 17 hr travel day with an infant becoming increasingly hysterical and overtired who is screaming RIGHT INTO YOUR FACE while everyone on the plane stares death-daggers at you for being unable to “control” your child.

    Last Time I Checked, Babies Were People Too - Her Bad Mother

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