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lacking strength or vigor

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Excuse me if I appear unusually ebullient, exultant, enervated and probably several other things beginning with 'e' today, but I have just seen the inspiring new documentary film 'Hawking' on the life of the world's best-known physicist.
The andante's opening was so enervated that it barely trudged, music as bleak as anything in the icy wastes of Winterreise.
Though there's no sense of chronology, editing follows a subtle progression from hopeful to enervated, leaving viewers wondering how much longer these three can keep doing their work before cracking up.
Indeed, this study additionally reveals the extent to which expert evaluators reward presidents who succeed in taking advantage of the contextual opportunity to reorder an enervated political regime.
It would be illogical for any internal party to wager on a change to the course of history and try to resuscitate a regime that grows more enervated by the day," he said.
It enervated a gig in which the focal point until then had been the overworked stagehand who came on after every song to change Chapin Carpenter's guitar.
Monuc denies that its operation has enervated an already disastrous situation.
Spiritually enervated by the relentless and very public friction of competitive swimming, Savi Mason abandons Manhattan and seeks her spiritual essence by competing in a grueling 22-mile competitive swim off the coast of Catalina.
JOHN Warmingham's warning (Voice of the North, July 25) of the possibility of a revolution in the remnants of a Great Britain enervated by the relentless onslaught of European Union bureaucracy might have alarmed some readers, even engendered disbelief, but it is a possibility which must be faced.
I submit, "The enervated soldiers abandoned their own, and the public defence; and the pusillanimous indolence may be considered as the immediate cause of the downfall of the empire.
Perotto (rehabilitative medicine, Albert Einstein School of Medicine) and his contributors thoroughly cover the muscles of the hand, forearm, arm, shoulder joint, shoulder girdle, foot, leg, thigh, pelvis, hip joint, perineal region, paraspinal region, abdominal wall, and intercostal and diaphragm regions, along with the muscles enervated by cranial nerves.
Singing his first Florestan for his Seattle Opera debut, Richard Margison was a vocal triumph from his first notes, deliberately pale and enervated in "Gott
These characters are not ennobled by nature, Shebib suggests, but enervated and alienated by economic imperatives.
Not merely rock, he enthralled, mesmerised and enervated an impossibly-packed King Tut's with a visceral performance that was as musically astounding as it was emotionally destructive.
And although the final piece, Drought, doesn't work (how could those slumped, enervated figures carrying dry branches suddenly find the energy for leaps?