enough every day

Can one write
[color=red] a. He orders her around every day enough to get exhausted.
b. He orders her around every day, enough to get exhausted.

c. He orders her around every day enough to make her exhausted.
d. He orders her around every day, enough to make her exhausted.
?

Are (a) and (b) ambiguous? Who is getting exhausted?

Do the sentences mean

  1. She gets exhausted IN THE LONG RUN
    OR
  2. She is exhausted AT THE END OF EVERY DAY
    ?

Many thanks

a and b are simply very poorly executed sentences.
‘enough to get’ with no pronoun is not natural in that context.

I would not use c, without the comma.
The excact meaning is context dependent.