He was faint from hunger and overwork, having eaten nothing since the previous noon.
"Beethoven" by George Alexander Fischer
Doctor Ordronaux visited at my uncle's, a physician, when I was resting there from overwork.
"Memories and Anecdotes" by Kate Sanborn
Joe had to do overwork and thus procure clothing for himself.
"The Underground Railroad" by William Still
She amused and rested him, and that was something to the tired and overworked man.
"Tracy Park" by Mary Jane Holmes
A teacher was trying to explain the dangers of overwork to one of the smaller pupils.
Mr. Edwards was away and Robert had been overworked.
"Robert Moffat" by David J. Deane
An overworked officer is perforce an inefficient officer.
"Broken Homes" by Joanna C. Colcord
Vocal chords are breath regulators; relieve them of all overwork.
"Vocal Mastery" by Harriette Brower
But during the first year he overworked himself dreadfully.
"A Doll's House" by Henrik Ibsen
It ain't all overwork that's laid 'im out.
"Digger Smith" by C. J. Dennis
Meanwhile the northern millionaire breaks down from overwork and leaves his money to be squandered by his relatives.
"John L. Stoddard's Lectures, Vol. 10 (of 10)" by John L. Stoddard
Sometimes I thought he was overworked, that his energies were concerned with too many subjects.
"Children of the Market Place" by Edgar Lee Masters
One was a celebrated physician and surgeon, suffering from overwork, Dr. Philip Hawkes.
"Across India" by Oliver Optic
Overworked fathers are quite as impossible in our scheme as overburdened mothers.
"Vocational Guidance for Girls" by Marguerite Stockman Dickson
It wouldn't do to let the old mare overwork herself.
"Bressant" by Julian Hawthorne
He was temperamental and himself a bit overworked.
"In the Days of Poor Richard" by Irving Bacheller
Mr. Kinsella died of overwork, from the toil of years that taxed his strength.
"T. De Witt Talmage" by T. De Witt Talmage
In the brain we have an overworked area which, irritated, gives rise to an apprehension or imperative idea.
"How To Write Special Feature Articles" by Willard Grosvenor Bleyer
Was this a safe subject, she wondered, for a surgeon who, she understood, had broken down from overwork?
"Mrs. Red Pepper" by Grace S. Richmond
There was no time for discussions with London, and London was overworked in any case.
"The Summons" by A.E.W. Mason
Dallas 911 call takers say they're overworked, understaffed .
Fresno Judges & Staff Overworked, Understaffed .
But amid Be the Ant 's urgently emo inspiration and overworked freakouts is a compelling good sportsmanship.
Too self-referential for its own good by half, Scream 4 attempts to reboot the by-now-completely-overworked slasher franchise after an 11-year hiatus.
Overused and overworked – that old standby, the cliché .
Are you feeling overworked or under appreciated.
The old adage of being "overworked and underpaid" still rings true for many of today's professionals.
Nancy Dowd is the co-author of ALA's best selling book, Bite-Sized Marketing, Realistic solutions for Overworked Librarians.
Most of us are overworked and often overwhelmed -– and that includes the people who live right near you.
Lindsey is Exhausted + Overworked.
A new study finds that many of American drone plane operators are overworked and emotionally exhausted .
Following the advice "work hard and keep a low profile" will usually leave you overworked and overlooked.
Journalists are fewer and farther between, and they are more harried and overworked than ever.
Overworked, stressed out parents can do their children.
"Realism," "presence," and "aliveness" are three overworked terms which baffle many readers, and for good reason—they have no definitions, except in terms of "the real thing".