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

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disturb the composure of

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Ernst & Young report will enervate the debt restructure process, giving participants far greater confidence in the company.
Recounting the measures adopted by the enemy in soft wars against different countries, he stressed that enemies are trying to weaken and enervate the Iranian people and youth through soft warfare and psychological operations.
The 300-berth marina will energize and enervate the area, attracting motorboats and yachts to the area, while the 18-hole green links-style golf course, designed by Greg Norman and the 3 five-star hotels will prove a great attraction for tourists, visitors and residents alike.
If protests resume, international attention could enervate investor confidence.
Wright first gained notice with his recent remake of Pride & Prejudice (which also starred Knightley), and Atonement makes good on that initial promise-his are costume dramas that energize rather than enervate.
This will inevitably fetter the Bush administration's overall politico-military strategy in Iraq, which revolves around the creation of an inclusive non-sectarian government which will placate all segments of the Iraqi population, an outcome which would both enervate the Sunni insurgency by isolating "Saddamists and foreign fighters" according to U.
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.