"Mad depressed and overworked, the more I gain, the more lonely it is," Kim wrote on her private blog on October 30.
They must rely completely on hospital staff, who are often overworked, exhausted, and juggling many births at once.
When he emerges, he makes slow, overworked progress towards the boat, which is now about a hundred meters away.
Log line: Sean Hayes plays an overworked, divorced—and gay—dad whose life is upended when his 14-year-old daughter moves in.
[The boy] did play for me and have Tommy John surgery, but he was not overworked.
You know what Doctor Jackson said about the little stomachs that were overworked.
Then I thought I'd rub him myself, because Billy is overworked, you know.
John Fletcher was an overworked minor official in a Government office.
Madame Cyon was often overworked, and patients are not always reasonable.
Small and thirty, overworked, with a face that has been prettier, but which could be much less pretty.
"work beyond a person's strength," 1819; see overwork (v.). Old English oferweorc meant "a superstructure, sarcophagus, tomb."