What is another word for worn down?

Pronunciation: [wˈɔːn dˈa͡ʊn] (IPA)

"Worn down" refers to a state of exhaustion or fatigue and can be used to describe both physical and emotional exhaustion. Some synonyms for this phrase include "exhausted," "weary," "fatigued," "spent," "drained," "depleted," "exhausted," "worn out," "tired," "run-down," "jaded," "burnt-out," "stressed-out," and "overwhelmed." These words all convey a sense of depletion and weariness, and can be used interchangeably with "worn-down" depending on the context. Whether recovering from a long day's work or dealing with emotional fatigue, these synonyms can help convey the feeling of exhaustion more accurately and effectively in writing and communication.

What are the hypernyms for Worn down?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for worn down?

The antonyms for "worn down" include strong, sturdy, robust, energized, fresh, rejuvenated, lively, spirited, revitalized, and invigorated. When we say someone is "worn down," it suggests that they are exhausted, fatigued, or burnt out. Conversely, when we use antonyms like "energized" or "revitalized," it indicates a person who is full of life, vitality, and vitality. Other antonyms like strong, sturdy, and robust imply resilience and durability, while lively, spirited, and invigorated suggest a person full of excitement and passion. So, while being "worn down" might be unpleasant, antonyms like "revitalized" or "energized" give us hope for a brighter tomorrow.

What are the antonyms for Worn down?

Famous quotes with Worn down

  • The HUAC did a deal with me. I was pretty much worn down. I had no money. I couldn't borrow.
    Lee J. Cobb
  • Sometimes I'll be playing along and find I'm missing the strings. I'll worry about it for days until I notice that the pick has worn down to half its size.
    Terry Kath
  • In the shallow parts of many Swiss lakes, where there is a depth of no more than from 5 to 15 feet of water, ancient wooden piles are observed at the bottom sometimes worn down to the surface of the mud, sometimes projecting slightly above it.
    Charles Lyell
  • I did not lose myself all at once. I rubbed out my face over the years washing away my pain, the same way carvings on stone are worn down by water.
    Amy Tan
  • captured the city of Vercelli, besieged Novara, invaded Como, and destroyed many other places opposed to him. In the end [1014-15], worn down by labor and sickness and deprived of his kingdom, he was content with the monastery named Fruttuaria alone. There, after the regalia had been placed upon the altar and he had donned the habit of a pauper, he fell asleep in his own time
    Arnulf of Milan

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