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exhaustion

noun ex·haus·tion \ig-ˈzs-chən\

: the state of being extremely tired : the state of being exhausted

: the act of using all of something : the act of exhausting something

Full Definition of EXHAUSTION

:  the act or process of exhausting :  the state of being exhausted
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Examples of EXHAUSTION

  1. He worked to the point of complete exhaustion.
  2. the exhaustion of our natural resources

First Known Use of EXHAUSTION

1615
EXHAUSTION Defined for Kids

exhaustion

noun ex·haus·tion \ig-ˈzs-chən\

Definition of EXHAUSTION for Kids

1
:  the condition of being very tired
2
:  the act of using up completely <exhaustion of a water supply>
Medical Dictionary

exhaustion

noun ex·haus·tion \ig-ˈzs-chən\

Medical Definition of EXHAUSTION

1
:  the act or process of exhausting :  the state of being exhausted <suffered from physical and mental exhaustion>—see heat exhaustion
2
:  neurosis following overstrain or overexertion especially in military combat

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