ADJ. complete, sheer, total, utter | emotional, mental, nervous, physical | heat
VERB + EXHAUSTION suffer from She was taken to hospital suffering from exhaustion. | be close to He was hollow-eyed and seemed very close to exhaustion. | be overcome by, collapse from/with Two of the horses collapsed with exhaustion. | drive sb to, lead to Don't work too hard and drive yourself to exhaustion. | die from/of
PREP. in ~ He fell silent, with his head bowed in exhaustion. | with ~ She was faint with exhaustion.
PHRASES at/to the point of exhaustion driven to the point of complete exhaustion | a state of exhaustion