|Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (18701938). Rogets International Thesaurus. 1922.|
|Class V. Words Releasing to the Voluntary Powers|
|Division (I) Individual Volition|
| Section III. Voluntary Action|
| 1. Simple Voluntary Action|
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|NOUN:||FATIGUE; weariness [See Weariness]; yawning, drowsiness [See Inactivity]; lassitude, tiredness, fatigation [obs.], sweat.|
SHORTNESS OF BREATH; anhelation [rare], dyspna or dyspnea, panting, labored breathing.
FAINTNESS, fainting, swoon, goneness, exhaustion, collapse, prostration, deliquium, syncope, lipothymy.
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|VERB:||BE FATIGUED &c. adj.; yawn (get sleepy) [See Inactivity]; droop, sink, flag; lose breath, lose wind; gasp, pant, puff, blow, drop, swoon, faint, succumb.|
FATIGUE, tire, bore, weary, irk [chiefly impersonal, as, it irks me], flag, jade, harass, exhaust, knock up, wear out, bleed white, prostrate.
TAX, task, strain; overtask, overwork, overburden, overtax, overstrain, fag, fag out.
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|ADJECTIVE:||FATIGUED &c. v.; weary [See Weariness]; drowsy [See Inactivity]; drooping &c. v.; haggard; toilworn, wayworn; footsore, surbated [obs.], weather-beaten; faint; done, done up, used up, knocked up [all colloq.]; bushed [slang or dial., Amer.]; exhausted, prostrate, spent; overtired, overspent, overfatigued; unrefreshed, unrestored.|
ready to drop, all in [slang], more dead than alive, dog-weary, dog-tired, walked off ones legs, tired to death, on ones last legs, played out, hors de combat [F.].
WORN, worn out; battered, shattered, pulled down, seedy [colloq.], enfeebled, altered.
BREATHLESS, windless; short of -, out of -breath, - wind; blown, puffing and blowing; short-breathed; anhelose; broken-winded, short-winded; dyspnal or dyspneal, dyspnic or dyspneic.
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- Weary and old with service.Henry VIII
- The weariness, the fever, and the fret.Keats
- When Ajax strives some rocks vast weight to throw, The line too labours and the words move slow.Pope