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dog-tired

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Definition of dog-tired in English:

adjective

Extremely tired; worn out: he’d gone to bed dog-tired
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  • After a dozen years of school life, they usually end up dog-tired and exhausted, not knowing whether they have acquired anything worthwhile.
  • The great players that you were hoping would shine in the competition looked absolutely dog-tired and Greece - to their eternal credit - took advantage of all that.
  • He used that dog-tired phrase about a half-dozen times during today's press conference as he defended his impending immigration plan.

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