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Dead Tired

Dead Tired - very tired

  • I just came home from work. I am dead tired.
  • The dogs are dead tired. I took them to the park, and they ran around for over an hour.
  • We have been traveling for over 2 days. We are dead tired.
  • You look dead tired. Do you want to go and rest?
  • I wanted to go to the party, but I am dead tired.
  • My father came home from work. He is dead tired.

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