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Weariness and Fatigue A. Synonyms B. Antonyms C. Neither please help!

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  1. MikeyMaximum
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    A.

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    thank u

  3. hhopke
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    There are nuances, but from the 3, (for the purposes of an english test) A. *Weariness is when you are exhausted and "worn" down (such as if you have had a really, really long month and have gotten little sleep due to projects keeping you up), but fatigue is when you are plain exhausted (such as when you are ill and can't stay awake).

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