timid, washed-out, indistinct, ready to drop, languid, gone, faint-hearted, used, ill-defined, weariful, dim, fagged, faltering, half-hearted, rundown, bushed, wearied, tired out, used-up, beat, dog-tired, bleary, played out, faded, purposeless, irresolute, dead, done in, all in, empty, health
lost (part of speech: verb)
exited (part of speech: verb)
rejected (part of speech: verb)
discarded, rejected, clipped, disclaimed, sniped, blacklisted, vomited, curtailed, ejaculated, ejected, shedded, discharged, abandoned, seeped, excluded, cut, jettisoned, chopped, checked, emitted, culled, junked, blackballed, excreted, scraped, excised, disapproved, sheared, cropped, exuded, oppugned, drained, belched, disgorged, erupted, secreted, deep-sixed, evacuated, jilted, vented, denied, trashed, disallowed, barred, lopped, eliminated, spewed
weary (part of speech: adjective)
fatigued, tired, limp, apathetic, drowsy, over-weary, debilitated, footsore, faint, listless, trying, flaccid, wasted, toilsome, bored, run-down, feeble, sleepy, blue, weary, weak, uphill, worn-out, frazzled, depressed, cheerless, droopy, wayworn
enervated (part of speech: verb)
fatigued (part of speech: verb)
consumed (part of speech: adjective)
- Their provisions were almost exhausted, and they were many long miles from any possible source of supply. - "Among the Canadian Alps", Lawrence J. Burpee.
- Some were in favor of staying by the well for several days, until the supply of water which their enemy had taken with him should be exhausted. - "The Boy Slaves", Mayne Reid.
- Then came the fuss and the delight of the people at home over his good fortune, but he soon slipped away to bed, exhausted with the evening's events. - "The Shagganappi", E. Pauline Johnson.