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Definition of Enfeeblement

Enfeeblement
Enfeeblement En*fee"ble*ment, n. The act of weakening; enervation; weakness.

Meaning of Enfeeblement from wikipedia

- "the chronicle of a performer out of his element, working to a deadline, enfeebling his overtaxed talents by a rush to deliver a new 'LP product', rehe****...
- observed cognition changes, describing his patients as having a "marked enfeeblement of the memory" and "conceptions that formed slowly". Diagnosis was based...
- humanity a m****a ****ata (m**** of perdition, condemned crowd) and much enfeebling, though not destroying, the freedom of the will. Although earlier Christian...
- Crosby's release from prison for American Dream in 1988. Stills and Crosby (enfeebled by myriad health problems from his fallow period that culminated in a...
- (which, in practice, were sometimes applied to prisoners that were too enfeebled to meet production quota), they instituted a number of positive incentives...
- erosion of political and economic sovereignty that may affect some already-enfeebled countries like Italy: Edward Luttwak has called Covid-19 "the virus of...
- unity: The party spirits serves always to distract the Public Councils, and enfeeble the Public Administration. It agitates the Community with ill-founded jealousies...
- Kampf, in which he argued that effeminate Jewish-Christian ethics were enfeebling Europe, and that Germany needed a man of iron to restore itself and build...
- American capital was given a free hand in the small states ruined and enfeebled by the war [it] would buy up the local industries, appropriate the more...
- registered the collapse of Khazar power in attributing its eclipse to the enfeebling effects of 'false' religion. The decline was contemporary to that suffered...
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