all tuckered out

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all tuckered out

Completely fatigued or sleepy, especially after long or continuous physical activity. After a day at the amusement park, the kids were all tuckered out and fell asleep in the car on the way home. I'm pretty tuckered out after that hike, to be honest.
See also: all, out, tucker

all tuckered out

Exhausted. “Tucker” was a 19th-century New England word for “tire” or “used up.”
See also: all, out, tucker
References in classic literature ?
I was all tuckered out tryin' to mislead 'em and deceive 'em and sidetrack 'em; but the minute I got where I wa'n't put under a microscope by day an' a telescope by night and had myself TO myself without sayin' `By your leave,' I begun to pick up.