Try Our Apps
Dictionary.com

follow Dictionary.com

2017 Word of the Year

overfatigue

[oh-ver-fuh-teeg] /ˈoʊ vər fəˌtig/
noun
1.
excessive tiredness from which recuperation is difficult.
Origin of overfatigue
1720-1730
First recorded in 1720-30; over- + fatigue
Dictionary.com Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2017.
Cite This Source
Examples from the Web for overfatigue
Historical Examples
  • overfatigue and exhausting physical exertion should be avoided.

    How to Live Irving Fisher and Eugene Fisk
  • Phillis, you are just feverish from overfatigue and sitting so long in one place, for you are used to running about.

    Not Like Other Girls Rosa N. Carey
  • This depends in large degree on general health62 and nutrition, with freedom from overfatigue.

    The Mind and Its Education

    George Herbert Betts
  • It's the result of accumulated poisons of overfatigue, long hours, overwrought nerves, "the military discipline of the mills."

    Steel Charles Rumford Walker
  • They suggest improvements in conditions and are awake to signs of illness or overfatigue.

    Women and War Work

    Helen Fraser
  • It might mean a temporary breakdown from overfatigue or a sickening for deadly illness.

    The Shuttle Frances Hodgson Burnett

Word of the Day

Nearby words for overfatigue

Word Value for overfatigue

18
21
Scrabble Words With Friends