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beat (informal) very tired; exhausted. [1/15 definitions]
burn out to become extremely tired. [1/2 definitions]
bushed (informal) very tired; worn out.
copula in grammar, a verb or other word that connects a subject and a predicate, such as "is" in "John is an engineer" and "seem" in "They seem tired"; linking verb. [1/3 definitions]
dependent clause a clause that is syntactically not a complete sentence and is used only with an independent clause where it has the function of a noun, adjective, or adverb, such as "when he arrived" in "He seemed tired when he arrived"; subordinate clause; relative clause.
done in (informal) extremely tired, physically or mentally; exhausted.
droop to feel tired or spiritless. [1/4 definitions]
footsore having feet that are sore or tired from walking or marching.
inexhaustible unable to be tired out; tireless. [1/2 definitions]
jade2 to make or become tired, listless, or worn-out, as through hard work or too much use. [1/3 definitions]
logy tired and unenergetic; sluggish; lethargic.
overtired combined form of tired.
post horse a horse kept at a post house or inn for exchange with tired horses brought by mail couriers or stagecoaches or for hire to travelers.
run-down tired or exhausted. [1/4 definitions]
tucker2 (informal) to cause to become tired or fatigued; weary; exhaust (often fol. by out).
unwearied not weary, tired, or fatigued.
washed-out drained of energy; tired-looking; exhausted; pale. [1/2 definitions]
wayworn tired from traveling; travel-weary.
weary physically or mentally tired, esp. from exertion or strain; fatigued. [1/6 definitions]