fatigued

adjective
fa·​tigued | \fə-ˈtēgd \

Definition of fatigued 

: drained of strength and energy : affected by fatigue fatigued leg muscles It occurred to her that the tourists all looked blowsy and fatigued because they were headed back east at the end of their vacations.— Jim Harrison We drank the Chardonnay boisterously; it seemed to ignite and rejuvenate our fatigued minds and bodies.— Glen Martin

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1682, in the meaning defined above

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