devitalise

VERB
  1. sap of life or energy
    The recession devitalized the economy
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How To Use devitalise In A Sentence

  • It is a battle between a spiritualised India and de-spiritualised, devitalised, dehumanised India.
  • If all devitalised tissue has been confidently excised we favour immediate coverage with meshed, split skin grafts secured with a foam vacuum suction dressing.
  • The bray of a street band starting up not far behind them seemed to devitalise Duds. The Tiger in the Smoke
  • If all devitalised tissue has been confidently excised we favour immediate coverage with meshed, split skin grafts secured with a foam vacuum suction dressing.
  • The priorities of surgery are to stop haemorrhage, remove dead or devitalised liver tissue, and ligate or repair damaged blood vessels and bile ducts.
  • Grossly contaminated wounds containing devitalised tissue are at risk of infection with Clostridium tetani, and antitetanus serum and tetanus toxoid should be available.
  • In workers exposed to the fumes of yellow phosphorus, the bone may be so devitalised that it readily becomes infected with pyogenic organisms and undergoes a process of cario-necrosis -- the _phosphorus necrosis_ of the older writers. Manual of Surgery Volume Second: Extremities—Head—Neck. Sixth Edition.
  • Summer pruning devitalises the tree on an extent and consequently reduces excessive vigour.
  • Caste has ruined the Hindu race and has destroyed, demoralised and devitalised Hindu society.
  • Now, why am I with this drop-fire the prosecuted one that risks his life by any enraged death-squad, and those with their lucrative superweapons degenerate and devitalise the spirit of a whole people, leading them to mental necrosis, become my judges and my hunters, is my question too. de.indymedia.org newswire
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