- v weaken mentally or morally
- v disturb the composure of
- s lacking strength or vigor
- Novel and film are narrated by Jack Burden (Jude Law), scion of the now enervated Louisiana ruling class, who, as a newspaper reporter and then as a gubernatorial lackey, is both .
- In stunned silence, the audience watched her run the gamut from regal pride to jaded irony to a kind of enervated despair.
- But his authoritarian bent has scared away investment, enervated the oil sector and helped create a deep economic recession.
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- Overdue reforms boost Mexico -- and the United States
Mexico's President EnriqueÂ PeñaÂ Nieto holds up the documents he signed to enact his... Most Americans have an image of Mexico as a nation convulsed by violent drug wars and enervated by the exodus of hundreds of thousands of desperate immigrants across our southern border.
Dec. 31, 2013 - Washington Examiner