exhausted

adjective
ex·haust·ed | \ ig-ˈzȯ-stəd \

Definition of exhausted 

1 : completely or almost completely depleted of resources or contents … crops are grown in the resulting field for a year or a few years until the soil is exhausted, and then the field is abandoned … —Jared Diamond

2 : depleted of energy : extremely tired I mean I was just exhausted, totally exhausted. I could barely walk up a flight of stairs without panting and wheezing. —Anthony DeCurtis

First Known Use of exhausted

circa 1656 , in the meaning defined at sense 1

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The first known use of exhausted was circa 1656

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