enfeeble


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Synonyms for enfeeble

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

Synonyms for enfeeble

make weak

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That will essentially enfeeble this country and lock it into permanent austerity for 10 or 20 or more years.
Numerous attempts have been made in the past to reform, dismember, enfeeble and abolish the Upper Chamber.
This time, though, President Clinton is reeling from revelations that could enfeeble him politically and even drive him from office in disgrace - a shocking prospect for a man who has been running for elected offices since high school.
Weakness (immorality, sensuality, infidelity, materialism) especially of its leaders enfeebles the Church but can never end it,' Arguelles said.
A large part of the male brain is lodged in the groin and it enfeebles us in a way.
The rate at which capital and technology moves across borders, it is said, enfeebles national prerogatives.
By stonewalling on the deportees and by offering humiliating terms for "limited autonomy" in the occupied territories, the government of Yitzhak Rabin bolsters its worst enemies and enfeebles those best able to deliver and maintain a lasting peace.