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keyword: Tired
Sick And Tired Of Someone Or Something »
(one wishes that thing would stop; one does not want it to happen any more...)

All Tuckered Out »
(very tired from working hard...)

Fed Up To Here With It »
(tired of and angry about it...)

Feel Dragged Out »
(feel very tired; feel exhausted...)

Out Of Breath »
(so tired that one is breathing heavily...)

Out Of Gas »
(tired; lacking energy...)

Take A Toll »
(doing it has a cost; one becomes tired or weary or loses something as a result...)

Zonked Out »
(very tired so resting or falling asleep...)



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