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1. drained

adjective. ['ˈdreɪnd'] emptied or exhausted of (as by drawing off e.g. water or other liquid).

Synonyms

  • exhausted

Antonyms

  • active
  • live

Etymology

  • -ed (English)
  • -od (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • drain (English)

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Rhymes with Drained

  • unconstrained
  • self-contained
  • unrestrained
  • unexplained
  • preordained
  • constrained
  • restrained
  • explained
  • complained
  • untrained
  • unstained
  • sustained
  • retrained
  • refrained
  • maintained
  • ingrained
  • entertained
  • disdained
  • contained
  • campaigned
  • ascertained
  • abstained
  • strained
  • sprained
  • retained
  • remained
  • regained
  • pertained
  • ordained
  • obtained

Sentences with drained


1. Verb, past participle
The tree tolerates any type of soil but does best in one that is fertile and well drained.

2. Adjective
Fill a 1/2-pint jar half full of drained pineapple pieces.

Quotes about drained


1. The first rose on my rose-tree Budded, bloomed, and shattered, During sad days when to me Nothing mattered. Grief of grief has drained me clean; Still it seems a pity No one saw,—it must have been Very pretty.
- Edna St. Vincent Millay, Renascence and Other Poems

2. There might have been prettier women in the room but, when she turned those babies on, fluttered her eyelashes, I was hers. It had taken me nearly fifteen years to extinguish their light. Now, when she looks at me, it's a vacuum. I had drained so much from her over the course of our marriage that every glance rips a little bit of my soul away to fill the void I had whittled within her.
- Thomm Quackenbush, Of Christmas Present

2. drained

adjective. ['ˈdreɪnd'] drained of electric charge; discharged.

Synonyms

  • dead

Antonyms

  • alive
  • living

Etymology

  • -ed (English)
  • -od (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • drain (English)

3. drained

adjective. ['ˈdreɪnd'] very tired.

Synonyms

  • knackered

Antonyms

  • incomplete
  • extant

Etymology

  • -ed (English)
  • -od (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
  • drain (English)
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