Related formsun·fa·tigued, adjective
Definition for fatigued (2 of 2)
- labor of a generally nonmilitary kind done by soldiers, such as cleaning up an area, digging drainage ditches, or raking leaves.
- the state of being engaged in such labor: on fatigue.
verb (used with object), fa·tigued, fa·ti·guing.
verb (used without object), fa·tigued, fa·ti·guing.
Origin of fatigue
Related formsfa·tigue·less, adjectivefa·ti·guing·ly, adverban·ti·fa·tigue, adjectiveun·fa·ti·guing, adjective
Examples from the Web for fatigued
Add a recent assault or battery and the mind is simply tired, fatigued, and abused.Study Says Half of Jailed NYC Teens Have History of Brain Injury|Dr. Anand Veeravagu, MD, Tej Azad|April 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This inward shift should come as no surprise: Israelis are more than fatigued with campaigns focused on war and peace.
Are we fatigued again in just three years under President Obama?Mitt Romney’s Double Challenge: Focus On Economy, Don’t Cheer Bad News|Mark McKinnon|April 12, 2012|DAILY BEAST
“There was no question that we were fatigued in the finals,” said Abramson.From J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter Novels to Real Life: The Sport of Quidditch Takes Flight|Jace Lacob|March 14, 2012|DAILY BEAST
"Almost all pregnant women are short of breath and fatigued, which are the typical symptoms of heart failure," said Hameed.
Thus to a lame person, you might say that you yourself are fatigued with walking, that your own legs are not firm, &c.
They were so fatigued, however, that it was impossible to think of doing the same with the bear.Silver Lake|R.M. Ballantyne
So the king came at night and visited my wife at will, and as if fatigued, pretended to go to sleep, remembering what I had said.The Kath Sarit Sgara|Somadeva Bhatta
The pendja-baschi had been obliged to let his men rest, fatigued with a long stage.Michael Strogoff|Jules Verne
Zeno Cabral, fatigued by a long march, immediately sought a favourable spot to establish his camp.The Flying Horseman|Gustave Aimard
British Dictionary definitions for fatigued
- any of the mainly domestic duties performed by military personnel, esp as a punishment
- (as modifier)fatigue duties