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  • v  weaken mentally or morally
  • v  disturb the composure of

  • Nash was enervated by the huge queue in front of the cinema counter and left without seeing the movie.
  • When the treatment for an ailment has side effects that enervate the patient, the treatment must be stopped immediately.
  • Douglas hated public receptions and the food that followed the reception for both totally enervated him.

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