She was showing signs of not wanting to continue, such was her feeling of fatigue.
She rose to resume her course, but her little limbs were stiff with fatigue, and her little feet were bruised.
And it fatigued him in his extreme age, to be forced to walk down that long stairway in order to catch salmon from the sea.
Having sat for such a long time, and overcome by fatigue, they closed their eyes and fell asleep. When they finally awoke, it was already late at night.
A little fatiguing, this climb, he continued. "Courage, Mr. Senator! We are almost there." They began to meet artillerymen, many of them not in uniform but wearing the military kepis.
and draw their swollen feet from their leather prisons, and wipe off the sweat; but upon trying to renew their march, they found it impossible to rise. Their bodies seemed made of stone. Fatigue had brought them to a condition
and the course of both armies towards the seaside were events easily explained… If the French only had not been so fatigued after their triumph of the Marne!
And the men, flattered that their commanders were stooping to chat with them, forgot fatigue and hunger, reviving like the throngs of the Crusade before the image of Jerusalem.
As soon as possible they wished to reach the Eiffel Tower, to enter victorious into the city, to receive their recompense for the privations and fatigues of a month's campaign.
Behind him came Lacour trying to preserve his senatorial dignity in spite of his gasps and puffs of fatigue.