Also, tired to death. Exhausted, as in She looked tired out after that trip, or He came home tired to death. The first term dates from the second half of the 1500s; the second, a hyperbole, was first recorded in 1740. Also see sick and tired; to death.
Examples from the Web for tired out
I felt this depression when I entered the Lobby, its sole occupants being the tired-out doorkeepers and the leg-weary policemen.The Confessions of a Caricaturist, Vol. 1 (of 2)|Harry Furniss
While I was ill he would sit up all night, forgetting his own tired-out self, to stroke my chest and rub my arms.Human Bullets|Tadayoshi Sakurai
Do I need to tell toilers of the deep how sweet rest is to the tired-out body?The Lively Poll|R.M. Ballantyne
And then she crept wearily closer and closer into his arms, like a tired-out child who has reached home.Not Like Other Girls|Rosa N. Carey
Those who go, and those who do not go to church, the fervent believer and the tired-out sceptic here meet on common ground.Res Judicat|Augustine Birrell