enfeebling : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • v  make weak
  • s  causing debilitation

  • For all three enfeebling flaws, Ike prescribed the same remedy: "Delete.
  • Lack of oxygen stimulates instead of enfeebling these secondary centres, and they send out stronger and stronger impulses to the respiration muscles.
  • The secret of father Sitwell's impressiveness was not so much that he was very rich but that he never so much as recognized such enfeebling concepts as self-doubt and humility.

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