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    tired

    a. I am feeling extremely sleepy.

    b. I am feeling extremely tired.

    c, I am feeling exhausted.

    d. I am overcome by fatigue.
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    Are the above sentences the same in meanings that are interchangeable?


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    Re: tired

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    One can be sleepy without being particularly tired; after a nice meal, sitting in the sun...Zzzzzzz* )

    Completely tired = exhausted, and fatigue is very similar, the last 3 sentences are largely interchangeable, simply different degrees of weariness.

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