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bushed

[ boosht ]
/ bʊʃt /
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adjective

overgrown with bushes.
Informal. exhausted; tired out: After all that exercise, I'm bushed.
Canadian Informal. mentally unbalanced as a result of prolonged residence in a sparsely inhabited region.
Australian and New Zealand Slang. unable to find one's direction; lost; confused.

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Origin of bushed

First recorded in 1485–95; bush1 + -ed2, -ed3
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bushed
/ (bʊʃt) /

adjective informal

(postpositive) extremely tired; exhausted
Canadian mentally disturbed from living in isolation, esp in the north
Australian and NZ lost or bewildered, as in the bush
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