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The synonyms of “Drained” are: knackered, dead
Drained as an Adjective
Definitions of "Drained" as an adjective
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “drained” as an adjective can have the following definitions:
- Emptied or exhausted of (as by drawing off e.g. water or other liquid.
- Drained of electric charge; discharged.
- Very tired.
Synonyms of "Drained" as an adjective (2 Words)
|Lacking emotion, sympathy, or sensitivity.
The pitch was so utterly dead that Pollock could hardly get the ball bail high.
|Severely damaged or broken.
He had seen Sonny flying around on a knackered old bike for the last two weeks.
Usage Examples of "Drained" as an adjective
- A drained marsh.
- Left the lights on and came back to find the battery drained.
- A drained tank.
- A drained and apathetic old man…not caring any longer about anything.
Associations of "Drained" (30 Words)
An abandoned sadness born of grief.
|A conduit that resembles a bridge but carries water over a valley.
|The quantity that a basin will hold.
The Amazon basin.
|Provide a city with a canal.
They travelled on by canal.
|A service or station using a channel of frequencies.
Channel information towards a broad audience.
|A slope down which sleds may coast.
Once the coast to the moon had begun Apollo was separated from the third stage.
|A channel for conveying water or other fluid.
As an actor you have to be a conduit for other people s words.
|Revoke or cancel (an order.
I forthwith mounted and went off lest I should receive a countermand.
|Forsaken by owner or inhabitants.
Deserted beaches of soft sand.
|Provide with a ditch or ditches.
Ditch a plane.
|The action or process of draining something.
The drainage of wetlands.
|Become empty or void of its content.
The room was empty of furniture.
|The system through which exhaust gases are expelled.
We have exhausted the food supplies.
|Of or relating to or happening in a river.
|(of a river or stream) supply (land) with water.
Irrigate the wound.
|The process of washing out an organ or wound with a continuous flow of water or medication.
The river supplies water for irrigation of agricultural crops.
|A zone or area resembling an island.
The island of Crete.
|A cord-like tissue connecting two larger parts of an anatomical structure.
|Surround a place with a moat.
|Able to be sailed on or through safely.
A good cart track navigable by cars.
|A large mass of land projecting into a body of water.
|Convey a substance by a pipeline.
Chip designers pipeline the instructions given to the hardware.
|Officially cancel (a decree, decision, or promise.
He revoked the ban on smoking.
|Produced by the action of water.
|Make soiled filthy or dirty.
Don t soil your clothes when you play outside.
|Cut a trench in as for drainage.
This would surely trench very far on the dignity and liberty of citizens.
|Long, round, and hollow like a tube.
Donatello is totally tubular when he s jamming.
|Cancel or annul (a judgement, contract, or charge.
You must vacate your office by tonight.
|A conduit through which water flows.
The canal was a very successful commercial waterway.