debilitate

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Synonyms for debilitate

Synonyms for debilitate

to lessen or deplete the nerve, energy, or strength of

Synonyms for debilitate

make weak

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Rather than enabling a student to participate in academic culture, "expressionistic rhetoric is inherently and debilitatingly divisive of political protest, suggesting that effective resistance can only be offered by individuals, each acting alone" (691).
Distances of five lengths and the same underlined the lack of any excitement; it was a debilitatingly dull procession.
Federico - he says: "I applied for Big Brother because I have contracted this debilitatingly possessive disease which renders its victims defenceless to the fascinating banality of normality.
20) The jury may see the uninjured husband as crass for seeking to collect money for himself, when his wife has been debilitatingly injured and he wasn't even "hurt.
102) Recent studies indicate that some teen girls suffer from very high levels of debilitatingly low self-esteem, engage in risky and self-destructive behavior in order to gain social acceptance, and are extremely vulnerable to the sexual coercion of older boys and men.
Whereas Tarantino's Pulp Fiction is pumped full of adrenaline-fueled dialogue and visual wit, Salle contents himself with endless stylized posing; his film is debilitatingly estheticized.