• Definition for "enfeeble"
    • To deprive of energy; make feeble.
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  • Sentence for "enfeeble"
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  • Medical Dictionary for "enfeeble"
    • to create feeble or weaken. Many…
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enfeeble definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To deprive of energy; make feeble.
    • to create feeble; to rob of strength; to cut back the power or power of; to damage; to debilitate.
    • To deprive of energy; make feeble.
    • to help make feeble; to deprive of strength; to cut back the power or power of; to weaken; to debilitate.
    • To rob of energy; make feeble.
    • which will make feeble; to deprive of strength; to cut back the power or power of; to damage; to debilitate.
  • verb:
    • which will make feeble.
    • make weak
    • to produce feeble.
    • make poor
    • to create feeble.
    • make poor
  • others:
    • To make feeble; deprive of strength; reduce steadily the power or power of; weaken; debilitate; enervate: as, intemperance enfeebles the human body; long wars enfeeble a state.
    • Synonyms See list under enervate.
    • which will make feeble; deprive of strength; lower the power or force of; weaken; debilitate; enervate: as, intemperance enfeebles the human body; lengthy conflicts enfeeble a state.
    • Synonyms See list under enervate.
    • In order to make feeble; deprive of strength; lessen the strength or force of; weaken; debilitate; enervate: as, intemperance enfeebles your body; long wars enfeeble a state.
    • Synonyms See list under enervate.
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