enfeebled

  • 1enfeebled — adj. same as {debilitated}, 2. Syn: debilitated, infirm, seedy. [WordNet 1.5] …

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  • 2enfeebled — index disabled (made incapable), old Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3enfeebled — UK [ɪnˈfiːb(ə)ld] US [ɪnˈfib(ə)ld] adjective formal no longer strong or effective Thesaurus: physically weaksynonym not effective or useful and not working correctlysynonym …

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  • 4enfeebled — [[t]ɪnfi͟ːb(ə)ld[/t]] ADJ GRADED If someone or something is enfeebled, they have become very weak. [FORMAL] He finds himself politically enfeebled as never before... A strike at the already enfeebled newspaper would almost certainly prove fatal.… …

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  • 5Enfeebled — Enfeeble En*fee ble, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Enfeebled}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Enfeebling}.] [OF. enfeblir, enfeiblir; pref. en (L. in) + feble, F. faible, feeble. See {Feeble}.] To make feeble; to deprive of strength; to reduce the strength or force of; …

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  • 6enfeebled — Synonyms and related words: ausgespielt, burned out, debilitated, devitalized, disabled, drained, drooping, droopy, effete, enervated, eviscerated, exhausted, fagged, faint, fainting, fatigued, feeling faint, flagging, footsore, frazzled, good… …

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  • 7enfeebled — en|fee|bled [ınˈfi:bəld] adj literary very weak or ill >enfeeble v [T] …

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  • 8enfeebled — en|fee|bled [ ın fibld ] adjective FORMAL no longer strong or effective …

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  • 9enfeebled — en·fee·ble || ɪn fiːbl v. make feeble, weaken …

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  • 10enfeebled — UK [ɪnˈfiːb(ə)ld] / US [ɪnˈfɪb(ə)ld] adjective formal no longer strong or effective …

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  • 11become enfeebled — index decay, degenerate Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 12DELILAH — (Heb. דְּלִילָה), a woman from the Valley of Sorek who was samson s mistress and who betrayed him to his enemies (Judg. 16:4ff.). The Philistine city kings offered her a handsome bribe to entice Samson to reveal the secret of his great strength.… …

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  • 13Enfeeble — En*fee ble, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Enfeebled}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Enfeebling}.] [OF. enfeblir, enfeiblir; pref. en (L. in) + feble, F. faible, feeble. See {Feeble}.] To make feeble; to deprive of strength; to reduce the strength or force of; to… …

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  • 14Enfeebling — Enfeeble En*fee ble, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Enfeebled}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Enfeebling}.] [OF. enfeblir, enfeiblir; pref. en (L. in) + feble, F. faible, feeble. See {Feeble}.] To make feeble; to deprive of strength; to reduce the strength or force of; …

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  • 15enfeeble — enfeeblement, n. enfeebler, n. /en fee beuhl/, v.t., enfeebled, enfeebling. to make feeble; weaken: That bout of pneumonia enfeebled him. [1300 50; ME enfeblen < OF enfeblir. See EN 1, FEEBLE] Syn. enervate, debilitate. * * * …

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  • 16Italy — /it l ee/, n. a republic in S Europe, comprising a peninsula S of the Alps, and Sicily, Sardinia, Elba, and other smaller islands: a kingdom 1870 1946. 57,534,088; 116,294 sq. mi. (301,200 sq. km). Cap.: Rome. Italian, Italia. * * * Italy&#8230; …

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  • 17old — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. aged, old age, elderly; experienced; antique, antiquated, olden. See oldness, age.Ant., young; new. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [No longer vigorous] Syn. aged, elderly, patriarchal, superannuated,&#8230; …

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  • 18weaken — weaken, enfeeble, debilitate, undermine, sap, cripple, disable can mean to lose or cause to lose, strength, vigor, or energy. Weaken, the most general term of this group, most frequently implies loss of the physical strength or functional&#8230; …

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  • 19Age — ([=a]j), n. [OF. aage, eage, F. [^a]ge, fr. L. aetas through a supposed LL. aetaticum. L. aetas is contracted fr. aevitas, fr. aevum lifetime, age; akin to E. aye ever. Cf. {Each}.] 1. The whole duration of a being, whether animal, vegetable, or&#8230; …

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  • 20Age of a tide — Age Age ([=a]j), n. [OF. aage, eage, F. [^a]ge, fr. L. aetas through a supposed LL. aetaticum. L. aetas is contracted fr. aevitas, fr. aevum lifetime, age; akin to E. aye ever. Cf. {Each}.] 1. The whole duration of a being, whether animal,&#8230; …

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