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overfatigue

Definition of the verb overfatigue

What does overfatigue mean as a doing word?

verb - inflections: overfatigued | overfatigues

  1. tire excessively

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Google previewThe Prevention of Tuberculosis (Routledge Revivals) (2015)

by Sir Arthur Newsholme

Overfatigue is a contributory influence similar to ill-nutrition, in which the toxic effect of the products of fatigue replaces the effect of inanition; and in context with over-fatigue, it is convenient to group the ordinary occupational disadvantages ...

Google previewTransactions (1920)

by American Medical Association. Section on Pediatrics

Overfatigue is an even more common cause of chronic disturbances of digestion in childhood than are diseases outside the digestive tract. The whole difficulty in many instances is due to overplay, overstudy, overexcitement or. The Treatment ...

Google previewJAMA (1920)

The Journal of the American Medical Association

Overfatigue is an even more common cause of chfonic disturbances of digestion in childhood than are diseases outside the digestive tract. The whole difficulty in many instances is due to overplay, overstudy, overexcitement or too late hours.

Google previewThe Journal of the American Medical Association (1920)

Overfatigue is an even more common cause of chronic disturbances of digestion in childhood than are diseases outside the digestive tract. The whole difficulty in many instances is due to overplay, overstudy, overexcitement or too late hours.

Google previewA Dictionary of the English Language (1832)

Intended to Exhibi ... : in Two Volumes by Noah Webster

OVERFATIGUE, n.

Google previewCapricon Rhyming Dictionary (1986)

(aid to Rhyme) by Bessie G. Redfield

overdue, pursue, queue, rescue, retinue, revenue, revue, nng-true, robin's egg blue, rue, sky- blue, slue, statue, subdue, sue, true, true-blue, undervalue, undue, untrue, value, vendue, virtue Fatigue, intrigue, overfatigue see AGUE*** ISSUE ...

Google previewA Clinical Repertory to the Dictionary of Materia Medica (1904)

Together with Repertories of Causation, Temperaments, Clinical Relationships, Natural Relationships by John Henry Clarke

Overfatigue, due to.-Chl. h. See also Sleep; and Sleeplessness. Intellect, Dulness of.-Mac. Keen, feeble muscular development.-Lyc. Intestinal irritation of Children- Seu. intestines as if falling down, Sensation of, in Pregnant or Parturient ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Perthensis, Or, Universal Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, Etc. : Intended to Supersede the Use of Other Books of Reference (1816)

Don't overfatigue the spirits, left the mind be seized with a lassitude, and nauseate, and grow tired of a particular subjećt before you have finished it. Watts. * NAUSEOUS. adj. [from nausea, Lat. nauseé, Fr.] Loathsome; disgustful; regarded with ...

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Scrabble value of O1V4E1R1F4A1T1I1G2U1E1

The value of this 11-letter word is 18 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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