Definition of Debilitation

1. Noun. Serious weakening and loss of energy.

Exact synonyms: Enervation, Enfeeblement, Exhaustion
Generic synonyms: Weakening
Derivative terms: Debilitate, Enervate, Enfeeble



Definition of Debilitation

1. n. The act or process of debilitating, or the condition of one who is debilitated; weakness.

Definition of Debilitation

1. Noun. The act or process of debilitating, or the condition of one who is debilitated; weakness. ¹

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Definition of Debilitation

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Debilitation

debenture
debenture bond
debentured
debentures
debenzylation
debenzylations
debes
debiasing
debile
debilitant
debilitants
debilitate
debilitated
debilitates
debilitating
debilitation (current term)
debilitations
debilitative
debilities
debility
debismuthization
debit
debit card
debit cards
debit entry
debit side
debitable
debitage
debite
debited

Literary usage of Debilitation

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1. Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge by Charles Knight (1843)
"She was charged with having prepared noxious compounds, productive of debilitation which ended in death, end also with abjuring her belief in the holy ..."

2. Grimm's Law: a Study: Or Hints Towards an Explanation of the So-called by Thomas Le Marchant Douse (1876)
"We may therefore conjecture, from fact (1), that S also did not admit debilitation at all when it should have retained Tenues; and fact (3) proves our ..."

3. Grimm's Law: A Study Or Hint Towards an Explanation of the So-called by Thomas Le Marchant Douse (1876)
"We may therefore conjecture, from fact (1), that 2 also did not admit debilitation at' all. when it should have retained Tenues; and fact (3) proves our ..."

4. The Southern Review (1828)
"But in their ultimate result, they act by debilitation, by direct ... These methods of debilitation may consist of abstracting or diminishing the ordinary ..."

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