fatigued, weary, run-down, exhausted, overworked, overtaxed, wearied, worn, spent, wasted, burned out, worn-out, jaded, narcoleptic, drooping, distressed, unmanned, drowsy, droopy, sleepy, haggard, faint, prostrated, broken-down, drained, consumed, empty, collapsing, all in*, finished*, stale*, pooped out*, fagged*, dog-tired*, dead on one's feet*, pooped*, done in, done for*, beat up*, worn to a frazzle*, played out*, tuckered out*, fed up*; see also bored, weak 1, worn 2.
tired is applied to one who has been drained of much of his strength and energy through exertion, boredom, impatience, etc. tired by years of hard toil; weary (or wearied) suggests such depletion of energy or interest as to make one unable or unwilling to continue weary of study; exhausted implies a total draining of strength and energy; fatigued refers to one who has lost so much energy through prolonged exertion that rest and sleep are essential fatigued at the end of the day; fagged, an informal word, suggests great exhaustion or fatigue from hard, unremitting work or exertion completely fagged after a set of tennis
Out of patience with:disgusted, fed up, sick, weary. Idiom: sick and tired. See tired
Without freshness or appeal because of overuse:banal, bromidic, clichÃ©d, commonplace, corny, hackneyed, musty, overused, overworked, platitudinal, platitudinous, shopworn, stale, stereotyped, stereotypic, stereotypical, threadbare, timeworn, trite, warmed-over, well-worn, worn-out. See excite, usual