Apathy and Fatigue


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Apathy noun – A lack of emotion or emotional expressiveness.
Fatigue and apathy are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Fatigue" instead a noun "Apathy".
Nearby Words: apathetic, apathetically
Synonyms for Apathy


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Fatigue noun – A complete depletion of energy or strength.
Usage example: the day-long battle against the blaze left firefighters in a state of utter fatigue

Apathy and fatigue are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Apathy" instead a noun "Fatigue".
Nearby Words: fatigued, fatiguing
Synonyms for Fatigue

How words are described

sheer sheer apathy sheer fatigue
constant constant apathy constant fatigue
severe severe apathy severe fatigue
massive massive apathy massive fatigue
Other adjectives: increased, extreme, serious, creative, apparent, military, overall.

Both words in one sentence

  • Apathy for collective suffering seems to be directly correlated with one's ability to keep emotions in check, and is perhaps a mental defense against compassion fatigue.
  • Comicbook / Teen Titans However, writer fatigue and removal of the book from newsstands to prop up DC Comics' direct market line of books led to it collapsing into boredom and fan apathy.
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Fatigue and Apathy. (2016). Retrieved 2021, July 28, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/apathy/fatigue
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