enfeeble : Definition, Usages, News and More

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en fee buhl

  • v  make weak

  • The Soviet plan: to foster Baptist activities and thus enfeeble orthodoxy.
  • Meanwhile, the House went ahead with its own version, beat off Southern attempts to enfeeble it with amendments (PTI, June 24), finally last week passed it by a vote of 286 to .
  • There is a point beyond which the diffusion of stock ownership must enfeeble the corporation by depriving it of that virile interest in management upon the part of a group of men .
News & Articles

  • Sen. Fritz Hollings: The Economists
    In 2006, the Princeton economist Alan Blinder estimated that in 10 years the U.S. would offshore 30-40 million jobs. Today, Corporate America continues to enfeeble the U.S. economy as it builds China's -- offshoring our innovation, research, technology, production and jobs.
    June 29, 2013 - The Huffington Post

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