debilitated


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Synonyms for debilitated

lacking strength or vigor

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The debilitated cousin holds that it's sort of thing that's sure tapn slongs votes--giv'n--Mob.
Debilitated cousin thinks--country's going-- Dayvle--steeple-chase pace.
The majority incline to the debilitated cousin's sentiment, which is in few words--"no business--Rouncewell's fernal townsman.
By the nineteenth century, masturbation supposedly robbed youth of their vital energies, debilitated the body, caused insanity, and eventually led to death.
We report a case characterized by hospital-acquired pneumonia in a debilitated patient.
The book does detail the darker side of David's mental illness, although it never clearly names the condition that has debilitated him for so long and that still controls much of his life.
The SpineMED decompression table is able to isolate and rehydrate debilitated spinal discs offering long-term relief without the use of narcotics, physical therapy or surgery.