verb (used with or without object), o·ver·tired, o·ver·tir·ing.
Origin of overtire
Related Words for overtireoverrate, overplay, exaggerate, overstate, overreach, overvalue, overestimate, overuse, disable, drain, sap, overwork, cripple, weary, fatigue, impoverish, weaken, frazzle, exhaust, jade
Examples from the Web for overtire
Historical Examples of overtire
Above all things, take care of yourself, and do not overtire.Letters to an Unknown
I am so glad I sent the children to help you; do not overtire yourself.'Doctor Cupid
Even if you do overtire the ponies a bit, it doesn't matter now that we are so near Lillooet.Gold, Gold, in Cariboo!
The journey did not overtire me, and change of air had its usual reviving effect.The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Volume II
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
There she left her, with strict injunctions to Chloe not to let her “new mistress” overtire herself.Dorothy on a House Boat