enervated

[ UK /ˈɛnəvˌe‍ɪtɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. lacking energy or vitality
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How To Use enervated In A Sentence

  • His enemies were enervated and lacked a strong voice.
  • Diagnosis of the condition can be difficult because transplant recipients have denervated hearts and rarely present with chest pain.
  • The hot sun enervated her to the point of collapse.
  • Christianity because he feared that it might otherwise lapse into a kind of enervated allegory. Latest Articles
  • Aristophanes essayed the task both by criticism and example -- by criticism, directing the shafts of his ridicule at over-emphasis and over-subtlety, by example, writing himself in inimitable perfection the beautiful Attic dialect, which was being enervated and effeminated and spoiled in the hands of his opponents. The Eleven Comedies, Volume 1
  • The hot sun enervated her to the point of collapse.
  • David felt too enervated to resist.
  • Furthermore, lung denervated lung transplant patients, unlike intact subjects, showed much difficulty in entraining their spontaneous rhythm to the mechanical ventilator during sleep.
  • Feeling at once enervated and threatened, the enterprise collectively hunkers into a defensive, self-protective posture.
  • Unlike the response of the denervated muscle to acetylcholine, this quick response of normal mammalian muscle is suppressed with great ease by curarine. Sir Henry Dale - Nobel Lecture
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