Sometimes we can wear out some of these kids by painting over their stuff every morning.
He felt as if he'd been worn out by so much talking to Sue.
This task took up an entire afternoon, and everyone was worn out by the end of it.
The girls were worn out by the ride and went to bed early.
Both women were worn out now, by the fighting and the screaming.
It was, too, and not just because we were all absolutely worn out by that time.
It wasn't yet noon but the group was worn out by the time they returned to the house.
I was getting more worn out by the second.
Students sometimes are worn out by the end of the six-hour class.
"People feel worn out by the war, and they don't see an end. "