overfatigue

VERB
  1. tire excessively
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How To Use overfatigue In A Sentence

  • Whether you have 1 or 10 pounds to lose, vary your intensity daily to avoid burnout and overfatigue.
  • In general, overstrain of any kind tends to overfatigue. How to Live Rules for Healthful Living Based on Modern Science
  • The doctor had discontinued calling, and said the attack was more of overfatigue from the march on Memorial Day than anything else. Dorothy Dale : a girl of today
  • The normal man and woman should find no difficulty in having complete movements regularly two or three times a day by merely living a reasonable life, being careful especially to avoid overfatigue, to include sufficient bulk in the food, to take regular exercise, including, in particular, breathing exercises, and to maintain an erect carriage. How to Live Rules for Healthful Living Based on Modern Science
  • It teaches you just how long a man can carry a musket in one position without overfatigue, just how hard it is to keep awake on sentry duty after an exhausting day's march. Public Speaking
  • They suggest improvements in conditions and are awake to signs of illness or overfatigue. Women and War Work
  • But he should not force himself to eat beyond his natural capacity to digest and assimilate the food, while overfatigue and exhausting physical exertion should be carefully avoided. How to Live Rules for Healthful Living Based on Modern Science
  • It might mean a temporary breakdown from overfatigue or a sickening for deadly illness. The Shuttle
  • Always overexcitement and overfatigue are to be avoided. Problems of Conduct
  • Beulah's excitement on these various counts, combined with indiscretions in the matter of overshoes and overfatigue, made her an easy victim to a wandering grip germ. Turn About Eleanor
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