1. serious weakening and loss of energy
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How To Use enfeeblement In A Sentence

  • Driven by ever accelerating information technology and the greed of the affluent, this process is leading inexorably to an enfeeblement of the weak and alienation of the poor.
  • Another important form of classification emerged in 1896 with Emil Kraepelins model of dementia praecox, first used by Morel in 1860 and described as irrecoverable cortical brain disease producing a particular kind of mental enfeeblement in the young. Bedlam
  • What I am most worried about is a state of enfeeblement inexplicable in a man who is neither cancerous nor diabetical. Là-bas
  • To Emanuel, victory is the only thing, and rather than recognize the error of his ways and recalibrate, he is publicly declaring that the now widely-recognized enfeeblement of his boss's presidency is not his failure, but his vindication. Popping the Washington Post's Rahm Bubble
  • The unions have become like a resident Grandad - no less embarrassing for enfeeblement, but still handy with his wallet.
  • What worries me is that there will be enfeeblement, helplessness, that I will go on for years unable to sense my decline, my lunacy, and oblivious to all my indignities.
  • When President Bush stands before Congress on Wednesday night to deliver his State of the Union address, it is a safe bet that he will not announce that one of his goals is the long-term enfeeblement of the Democratic Party. January 2005
  • What ought to lead France to join with America is the great enfeeblement of England to be effected by the subtraction of a third of her Empire. Robert Naiman: Could a "Great Negotiation" End the War in Afghanistan?
  • It is, however, simply a mark of the enfeeblement of Parliament that it now has the time to concern itself with froth and trivia. Give Us Back Our Country & Our County
  • They are better suited to the decimation and enfeeblement of vulnerable civilians than to destroying promptly an enemy's military units.
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