To overwork a horse; to overwork an excuse.
To overwork a horse.
Overwork and stress take a toll on general health.
Our author was still further to resemble the latter writer in a great misfortune; from overwork he lost his sight in 1857.
Depressed by his failure, deeply wounded by the king's favour for Louvois, and worn out by overwork, Colbert's strength gave way at a comparatively early age.
Atrophy may also follow from overwork.
Atrophy can be caused by overwork.