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Definition of Enfeebler

Enfeebler
Enfeebler En*fee"bler, n. One who, or that which, weakens or makes feeble.

Meaning of Enfeebler 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...
- battling his own incipient addiction to freebase cocaine) and Crosby (enfeebled by myriad health problems from his fallow period that culminated in a...
- city's history. By then, Damascus lacked a city administration, had an enfeebled economy, and a greatly reduced po****tion. With the arrival of the Seljuq...
- particular surge might last eight or ten hours with the reverse surge enfeebled. In especially boisterous weather conditions, the reverse surge might...
- inconveniences accruing to their **** from the excessive use of that drying, enfeebling liquor". Archived from the original on 10 August 2006. Retrieved 18 June...
- 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...
- carried out by Gigi Cestone. After displaying signs of mental and physical enfeeblement that affected his capacity to run the crew's loanshark business, Junior...
- influenced by Social Darwinism, also argued that it weakened the nation, since enfeebled women supposedly produced weak sons. At the turn of the 20th century,...
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