tire out

  1. exhaust or get tired through overuse or great strain or stress
    We wore ourselves out on this hike
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How To Use tire out In A Sentence

  • She had a look that spoke for nobody to come by and her entire outfit was dripping with some sort of liquid substance.
  • The old veteran could tire out the most robust sportsman.
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  • If you start to exercise and really tire out your body, you will be nice and exhausted when it comes time to go to bed.
  • Flaubert's entire output fits one volume no fatter than the average airport blockbuster.
  • The entire outside wall was a single pane of glass, covered only by a lacy curtain.
  • When the tire out, the rules Edna had learned in driving class carried her through safely.
  • There wasn't a tie and the entire outfit was black from the overcoat to the under shirt, to the slacks and shoes.
  • The old veteran could tire out the most robust sportsman.
  • His objective was to tire out the climbers.
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