knackered knackered


  • (adj) very tired


  1. You both get so knackered.
  2. His iTunes-to-iPod music strategy suggests a way to save the free-falling, Napster-knackered music industry.


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  1. "I'm knackered after playing two rounds," Stenson said, looking ahead to his 36-hole final.
    on Feb 24, 2007 By: Henrik Stenson Source: ESPN

  2. "I was knackered out there," Jones said afterwards. "I'd forgotten what tired felt like. I really struggled, but probably a lot of players did. The heat really got to everyone. I just couldn't talk out there, I was that tired. [But] each time...
    on Mar 22, 2009 By: Stacey Jones Source: The Age

  3. "I was too bloody knackered to run over to Stu," Fyfe said yesterday. "He was on the other side of the field, but then everybody was celebrating like we'd won a cup final. So I thought, 'Shit, I'd better get over there as well."
    on Oct 5, 2008 By: Iain Fyfe Source: Sydney Morning Herald

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