overtire

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

  • The only emotional drama I'll get into with my robot partner is what I've programmed into it. No jealousy, no hormones, no overtired crankiness, no insecurity, no 'tude.
  • You may know he snores loudly every night, but not realize that the snoring is a sign that he might not be breathing satisfactorily, a problem that can interfere with his sleep and leave him overtired and irritable during the day. Solve Your Child’s Sleep Problems
  • “You can be what they call overtired and still not fall asleep,” he said. Willow
  • Overtired and overfed politicians negotiate stupendous sums of other people's money into the night, finally agreeing to any nonsense so as to get home for Christmas.
  • They were with Thea and Herbert a part of each day, but not staying so long as to overtire Herbert. THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN
  • Otherwise, she will get overtired, and it will take longer to fall asleep, she said. Cry for Help: Make This Tot Sleep
  • Last night my son was overtired, and needing a lot of hugs, his eyes tearing up from exhaustion and wanting his mom.
  • Instead of cleaning the house in a single day, spread the chores across several days to prevent the person from becoming overtired.
  • Imagine the horror of spending a 17 hr travel day with an infant becoming increasingly hysterical and overtired who is screaming RIGHT INTO YOUR FACE while everyone on the plane stares death-daggers at you for being unable to “control” your child. Last Time I Checked, Babies Were People Too - Her Bad Mother
  • I'm happy you caught yourself snoring, which means you did relax, (probably because you are overtired from staying up far too late blogging or watching that bloody wrestling). Tyler gets his first professional massage
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