Lacking motivation and energy; very tired; knackered. (adjective)
Of a battery, empty of charge; discharged. (adjective)
Simple past tense and past participle of drain. (verb)
Examples of word drained
BUT the expression drained from her face, her heart crumpling as she saw what he held in his hand, at the hard set of his jaw.
The Sierra Nevada range is the backbone of our state and when the snows are shallow our valley rivers suffer as well, water has to be drained from the storage facilities for crops and cities, little is considered for the wildlife.
Supply-side economics ALWAYS slows down the economy because the money is drained from the people that spend money that drive the economy.
Our brains were drained from the communities that raised us by promises of resumes paved with gold — and we mean to get that gold by hook or crook.
And the first resource that's been drained is our military personnel, who have spent the past decade on long, backbreaking deployments.