played out


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played out

No longer relevant, interesting, or exciting, especially due to being overdone or overexposed. It was cute at first, but that whole "quirky nerd" vibe you're going for is totally played out at this point. That song was played out two years ago—why is it still on the radio?
See also: out, play

played out

too exhausted to continue. At the end of the race, Donna was played out. After the race, we were played out for the rest of the day.
See also: out, play

played out

1. See play out.
2. Exhausted, worn out, as in This was the third trip the mules had made, and they were utterly played out. [Mid-1800s]
See also: out, play