tuckered (out)

Definition

Slang

  • adjective exhausted. This is originally an American term deriving from an archaic sense of the verb ‘tuck’, signifying rebuke or reproach. (In Old English tuck also had the sense of to ill-treat.) Now, as heard in such phrases as ‘plumb tuckered out’, the word has folksy overtones.
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