Etymology
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exhaustion (n.)

1640s, "fatigue," noun of action from exhaust (v.) in sense of "drawing off" of strength. The etymological sense "act of drawing out or draining off" is by 1660s in English.

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Definitions of exhaustion

exhaustion (n.)
extreme fatigue;
exhaustion (n.)
serious weakening and loss of energy;
Synonyms: debilitation / enervation / enfeeblement
exhaustion (n.)
the act of exhausting something entirely;
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