Exhaustion can come in one of two ways: either the supply is exhausted, or the body simply is too tuckered out.
Ive got a Yankee side to me as well as a Southern side; sometimes I get tuckered out tryin to combine em.
"I reckon he's tuckered out," said Abner, tacitly admitting the relationship.
If he felt it—well, the Colonel was a corker; if he didn't feel it—well, the Colonel was just about tuckered out.
Then for sure and certain we did get tired, and indeed by the end of a week of it we were well-nigh “tuckered out.”
My honey, you're all tuckered out, an' here it's gettin' on to midnight, an' you to go to Englewood by the early car!
After supper, however, they began to feel the effects of the exciting day, and all expressed themselves “tuckered out.”
Well, at last he could hardly flop his wings, he was so tuckered out.
I can't tackle any more ocians to-night, I am too tuckered out.
There were three men on the steamer and they were just about tuckered out.