EXHAUSTED:  1.  Extremely weary; worn out.  2.  Having a resource removed from; depleted.  3.  Used up completely.  [Latin ex + haurire, to draw.]  WEARY:  1.  Physically or mentally tired.  2.  Having one’s interest, forbearance, or indulgence worn out.  3.  Fatigued; Tired.  DEPLETED:  1.  Consumed or reduced to a very low amount; used up.  2.  With contents or important elements removed; emptied out or exhausted.  3.  Extremely tired; worn out or exhausted.  [Latin deplere, deplet, to empty.]


WELLSPRING:  The source of a stream or spring.  FILLED:  Supplied or provided to the fullest extent.  Engaged or occupied completely.  Fulfilled.  Having an amount needed to make full, complete, or satisfied.  [Old English fyllan; see pela-1, to fill.]  RESOURCEFUL:  1.  Full of something that is available for use or that can be used for support or help.  2.  Having means available to act effectively or imaginatively, especially in difficult situations.  [Latin re + surgere, to rise.]


photo by S. A. Bort, 21 September 2013

definitions from The American Heritage Dictionary of the American Language, Fifth Edition