verb: Overtoiled by that day's grief and travel. — Tennyson.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
He gave no heed to Dan, who grew more savage as the slow hours of overtoil dragged by.
There is, however, one more characteristic of Turner's second period, on which I have still to dwell, especially with reference to what has been above advanced respecting the fallacy of overtoil; namely, the magnificent ease with which all is done when it is _successfully_ done.
To fits of hypochondria and deep dejection he had, as he himself tells us, been subject from his earliest manhood, and he attributes to overtoil in boyhood this tendency which was probably a part of his natural temperament.