part of speech: noun, verb, adjective

Sentence from text: after the hike we were over come by fatigue.

Definition verb: 1: to weary with labor or exertion

2: to induce a condition of fatigue in intransitive verb: to suffer fatigue

Definition noun: 1a: LABOR b: manual or menial work (such as the cleaning up of a camp area) performed by military personnel ; cfatigues plural : the uniform or work clothing worn on fatigue and in the field

receptor (see RECEPTOR sense a) or motor (see MOTOR entry 2 sense 1) end organ by continued stimulation ; c: a state or attitude of indifference or apathy brought on by overexposure (as to a repeated series of similar events 2a: weariness or exhaustion from labor, exertion, or stress ; 3: the tendency of a material to break under repeated stress

Definition adjective: 1: consisting of, done, or used in fatigue; fatigue detail

2: belonging to fatigues; a fatigue cap

Synonyms verb: burnout, collapse, exhaustion, frazzle, lassitude, prostration, tiredness, weariness

Synonyms noun: break, burn out, bust, do in, do up, drain, exhaust, fag, frazzle, harass, kill, knock out, outwear, tire, tucker (out), wash out, wear, wear out, weary

Synonyms adjective: none

Antyonyms verb: none

Antyonyms noun: none

Antyonyms adjective: refreshment, rejuvenation, rejuvenescence, revitalization

Related forms of word verb: none

Related forms of word noun: none

Related forms of word adjective: none

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My sketch : None yet

First known use verb: 1669

First known use noun: 1693

First known use adjective: 1774

History and Etymology for verb, noun, adjective: French, from Middle French, from fatiguer to fatigue, from Latin fatigare; akin to Latin affatim sufficiently