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exhaust

1. gases ejected from an engine as waste products
2. 
a. the expulsion of expanded gas or steam from an engine
b. (as modifier): exhaust stroke
3. 
a. the parts of an engine through which the exhausted gases or steam pass
b. (as modifier): exhaust valve

exhaust

[ig′zȯst]
(mechanical engineering)
The working substance discharged from an engine cylinder or turbine after performing work on the moving parts of the machine.
The phase of the engine cycle concerned with this discharge.
A duct for the escape of gases, fumes, and odors from an enclosure, sometimes equipped with an arrangement of fans.
(science and technology)
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The text repeatedly underscores the combatants' nudity; their repeated gouging at each other suggests sexual penetration; they exchange bodily fluids and must wipe these off after the fight is over; and finally, Sutpen pants exhaustedly at the end of the bout while his partner lays at his feet looking as if he's covered in sweat.
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The interviews were exhaustedly transcribed while focusing on the experiences that were common among them.
When Roger Allsopp finished the mammoth swim he exhaustedly declared he was never going to do it again
The crowd that crawls exhaustedly through the streets not only feels irritated, but sometimes also hates it when they watch how the automobile passes fast, and naturally thinks that they cannot get that power because it is to expensive .
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Does all that navigating, leaping exhaustedly up waterfalls only to end up on a bed of ice or in a can.
and exhaustedly stand back to view the finished product, and begin an analysis of what I've done and how I did it.