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burned-out

[ burnd-out ]
/ ˈbɜrndˈaʊt /
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adjective
consumed; rendered unserviceable or ineffectual by maximum use: a burned-out tube.
exhausted or made listless through overwork, stress, or intemperance.
deprived of one's regular place to live, work, etc., by a destructive fire.
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Also burnt-out [burnt-out] /ˈbɜrntˈaʊt/ .

Origin of burned-out

First recorded in 1805–15
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