de-energize de-energize


  • (v) deprive of energy



  1. "The longer you're with a team, the more people like you and the more people dislike you," Karl said. "I don't think it's valuable to pay attention to that, to de-energize me and waste my energy right now."
    on Feb 29, 2008 By: George Karl Source: Rocky Mountain News

  2. "My biggest fear is that in the months ahead, the history of little fights will distract us and de-energize us from the big fight to create a national early-learning and child-care system," said Dryden. "We could simply decide to sprinkle...
    on Nov 12, 2004 By: Ken Dryden Source:

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