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exhaust

(Deplete), verb absumere, conficere, consume completely, consumere, debilitate, deflate, deprive of strength, devitalize, dissipate, drain, draw, draw out, empty, enervate, enfeeble, expend, fatigue, overtire, reach the end of, run through, sap, spend, strain, tax, tire, use, use up, waste, weaken, wear out, weary
Associated concepts: exhaust all available assets

exhaust

(Try all possibilities), verb carry to compleeion, complete, exhaurire, finish, follow through, litigate completely, treat thoroughly, use up available remedies
Associated concepts: exhaustion of administrative remedies, exhaustion of remedies, exhaustion of state remedies
See also: complete, conclude, consume, debilitate, deplete, disable, dissipate, emit, expend, outlet, outpour, overdraw, spend
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Verheven with a Master's degree in religious studies from the Unification Seminary has exhaustedly pursued and researched comparative religion philosophy psychology parapsychology and New Age history and science to write The Deviation and Restoration of the Human Race.
as he dramatically, exhaustedly finishes his last song.
Three emaciated jockeys were within, rubbing themselves down exhaustedly.
They receive accommodation and modest supplies in churches and presbyteries or with families along their way, so they arrive at the site rather exhaustedly.
Later yet again, the camera takes one more carressive look, moving from a distance to a close-up of Bart as he lies on the ground, breathing exhaustedly.
When we later exhaustedly fell into our snug beds in the en-suite bedroom complete with DVD player, we both agreed the first night in Swansea had more than exceeded our admittedly low expectations.
This teasingly enigmatic device is mirrored at the end of Act Two, when Hansel and Gretel, lost in the evil forest, fall exhaustedly asleep and see visions of protective woodland creatures presided over by some kind of huge, benevolent bird (a moment similar to the beautiful Pan chapter in Wind in the Willows).
The technology behind each form of screening has been exhaustedly evaluated and is supported by varying levels of validity and reliability, all of which are at least marginally acceptable for ensuring predictability.
The undertaker always wins the battle by force, when the women exhaustedly relinquish by fainting and other means.
There was still a glow to her, he exhaustedly conceded, almost as if she actually were having a child.
Running their rose-tinted sun glasses over a ton or so of bog-standard soccer flesh exhaustedly plodding past them, they allow some trick of the light, some trick of the fevered imagination, to alchemise it into a team of sure-fire winners.