The state of being exhausted; extreme fatigue: The runner collapsed from exhaustion. (noun)
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Use "exhaustion" in a sentence
"It is not only in _general_ nervous exhaustion, however, that electric baths exercise this salutary influence, but in the condition known as _cerebral exhaustion_ likewise."
"I now must collapse in exhaustion from a very painful and quick labor once the epidural wore off (I let it go off after she successfully flipped)."
"- Joanne is doing a bloody brilliant job, in fact but there's going to come a point when even a publicist like Joanne, loyal as she is, is going to start asking exactly what the term exhaustion means."