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washed out

Inf. exhausted; tired. I feel too washed out to go to work today. Poor Ted really looks washed out.
See also: out, wash

washed out

Faded in color; also, lacking animation. For example, This carpet is all washed out from the sun, or He looks all washed out. [Late 1700s; early 1800s] Also see wash out, def. 3.
See also: out, wash

washed out

mod. exhausted; tired. I feel too washed out to go to work today.
See also: out, wash
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Who: Washed Out, Zola Jesus, Caveman, Tanlines, Gauntlet Hair.
Saturday's match was washed out after just 16 overs and the rain was so heavy then that yesterday's game was abandoned without a ball being bowled to continue a miserable sequence with the weather this winter.
Elsewhere in Division One, the third day of Leicestershire's meeting with Essex was completely washed out.
Inaccurate gamma settings are responsible for the common complaint that game images are too dark or washed out.
We know a lot of people enjoy this annual tour, but we, unfortunately, must cancel this year as several areas are washed out, and we are unable to make the necessary repairs at this time.
Meltham and Kirkburton's matches were both washed out, and they meet next week to decide who joins the relegated duo of Kirkheaton and Barkisland.