enervate


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Synonyms for enervate

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

Synonyms for enervate

weaken mentally or morally

Related Words

disturb the composure of

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Rome--Pope John Paul II has just completed a ceremonial round calculated to enervate a much younger man.
While "Papadi" follows in the same vein, using a stomping chorus to enervate the listener, Vives brings the tone down on "Quiero Verte Sonreir.
I do not underestimate this power to enervate, intimidate, destroy work, to harm spirits, consciences, bodies, peoples.
The work doesn't seem to enervate him, as it would for some executives his age looking considering retirement.
Why the East and the city enervate while the West and nature energize is a complex matter to Crane.
Happily this will enervate the IMF deal, which now appears to be nailed down as a result of the broad political agreement now secured amongst EgyptAAEs parliamentary
Writing in the September 2 Washington Times, conservative lawyer Bruce Fein argued, "The amendment would enervate self-goverment, confound the cultural sacralization of traditional marriage and child-rearing, and clutter the Constitution with a nonessential.
The seven sinners are enervate, fulsome, inchoate, celibate, mitigate, refute and disinterested.