Sentence for fatigue | Use fatigue in a sentence

Sentences using the word fatigue. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use fatigue in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for fatigue.

  • You pitied my fatigue. (1)
  • Not that I acknowledge fatigue. (10)
  • She considered that it would fatigue him. (10)
  • The fatigue would be too much for your aunt. (4)
  • These did fatigue duty in cloth or undress. (10)
  • He looked the victim of fatigue, in the bargain. (10)
  • He asked me if splendour did not fatigue me also. (10)
  • The ears of the horses were twitching with fatigue. (8)
  • Fatigue and its reflections helped to be peacefuller. (10)
  • He stuck to the Ring till he was haggard with fatigue. (10)
  • He stuck to the Ring till he was haggard with fatigue. (22)
  • Fatigue, bringing the imperious necessity for rest, intervened as a relief. (10)
  • Sleep, indeed, must be the result of dire fatigue in such a bed. (10)
  • Emilia sighed, and feigned the sad note to be a breath of fatigue. (10)
  • She moaned; her mental steam-wheel stopped; fatigue brought sleep. (10)
  • She feigned somnolent fatigue over her feverish weariness of heart. (10)
  • The fatigue, too, of so long a journey, became soon no trifling evil. (4)
  • No day scored an advantage; and she did not apparently suffer fatigue. (10)
  • Willoughby bowed to the encomium, and allowed some fatigue to be visible. (10)
  • No symptom of personal discouragement, or of fatigue, was betrayed in his face. (10)
  • Nevertheless, fatigue had been stronger than resolution and he had fallen asleep. (1)
  • Fatigue and exhaustion had so overcome him, that for some minutes he was speechless. (6)
  • He, too, was worn out by the excitement and fatigue, coming so soon after his illness. (8)
  • By-and-by, great fatigue stiffened her limbs, and she sat down from pure want of rest. (10)
  • You have seen Countess Anna, or I would have told you to rest and get over your fatigue. (10)
  • Her cheeks were crimson; she was biting her lips to keep tears of sheer fatigue out of her eyes. (8)
  • It seemed to him that this was rather fine; it was a fatigue of the soul that he was to rest from. (9)
  • She did not exactly complain of the renewal of the rehearsal: a fatigue can be endured when it is a joy. (10)
  • She rushed on Chloe, kissed her hastily, declaring that she was quite dead of fatigue, and dismissed her. (10)
  • Then they were silent, and from the heat, fatigue, and champagne he relapsed into a doze on the way home. (13)
  • My lieutenant at this moment was so overcome with hunger and fatigue that he fell down, and was thought to be dead. (10)
  • This brought no fatigue to his robust affection, whatever it might have done to a heart more tried in such exercises. (9)
  • It was an animating subject, and Mrs. Bennet seemed incapable of fatigue while enumerating the advantages of the match. (4)
  • Nor was the scene to which they had been invited likely to inspire the moral confidence that medicines physical fatigue. (7)
  • The count grimaced angrily when he heard that his sister Lena was not yet able to bear the fatigue of a walk to the citadel. (10)
  • In the great red of sunset the Tyrolese riflemen and a body of Italians in Austrian fatigue uniform marched into the village. (10)
  • But a smile had become so faithful to her eyes that it clung there above the shadows of fatigue, and kept taking her lips prisoner. (8)
  • The fatigue was wholesome, and I was so bad a shot that no other creature suffered loss from my gain except one hapless wild pigeon. (9)
  • For an hour, lost to bodily fatigue, he paced up and down, past the bowl of carnations he had plucked, which mocked him with its scent. (8)
  • She felt in herself a satiety, a fatigue, in which his good looks, his invented airs and poses, his real trouble, were all alike repulsive. (9)
  • He threw himself on the bed, and slept away the fatigue of his railroad journey and the cold of his drive with Jombateeste from the station. (9)
  • Mrs. Hurst and her sister scarcely opened their mouths, except to complain of fatigue, and were evidently impatient to have the house to themselves. (4)
  • Besides that, actual fatigue from the wretched conveyance began to distress her, and she was scarcely able to support herself, though assisted by my arm. (6)
  • Her attention was automatic, complete, monosyllabic; she did not appear to fatigue herself by an over-sympathetic comprehension, nor was she subservient. (8)
  • Not Juno and her Court surveying our mortal requirements in divine independence of fatigue, could have been more considerate for the shortcomings of humanity. (10)

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