noun fan·tigue \fan‧ˈtēg\
variants: or



Definition of fantigue



dialectal, chiefly England

  1. :  a state of excitement or great tension his nerves were in a proper fantigue — John Galsworthy

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Origin and Etymology of fantigue

perhaps blend of fantastic and fatigue

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to cast off or become cast off

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