Definition of Enfeebles

1. Verb. (third-person singular of enfeeble) ¹



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Definition of Enfeebles

1. enfeeble [v] - See also: enfeeble

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Enfeebles

enfant de coeur
enfant terrible
enfantement
enfants
enfants terribles
enfasten
enfastened
enfastening
enfastens
enfeeble
enfeebled
enfeeblement
enfeeblements
enfeebler
enfeeblers
enfeebles (current term)
enfeebling
enfeeblished
enfelon
enfeloned
enfelons
enfeoff
enfeoffed
enfeoffing
enfeoffment
enfeoffments
enfeoffs
enfermedad mental
enfested
enfetter

Literary usage of Enfeebles

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1. Pneumonia: Its Supposed Connection, Pathological and Etiological, with by René La Roche (1854)
"... that the material cause of autumnal fever may be absorbed by water, and thus produce its characteristic effects.1 A paludal atmosphere enfeebles health. ..."

2. The Young Mother: Or, Management of Children in Regard to Health by William Andrus Alcott (1838)
"Much cold enfeebles. The Scotch Highlanders. The two extremes equally fatal—over-tenderness and neglect. An interesting anecdote from Dr. Dewees. ..."

3. The Christian Remembrancer by William Scott (1847)
"Nature demande a certain degree of quickness ; and all the additional time beyond is an artificial superfluity, which clogs and enfeebles the chant, ..."

4. Pneumonia: Its Supposed Connection, Pathological and Etiological, with by René La Roche (1854)
"... enfeebles health.—The feeble health entailed by a long residence in fenny and fever regions, results often from a frequent repetition of febrile attacks ..."

5. First Part of the Royal Commentaries of the Yncas by Garcilaso de la Vega (1871)
"enfeebles and weakens the spirit, making the child lose the hope of learning and hate instruction. Those who are made to fear ..."

6. Hygiene of the brain: With Numerous Original Letters from Leading Thinkers by Martin Luther Holbrook (1878)
"EDWARD H. CLARKE, MD ALCOHOL enfeebles THE REASON. If, then, alcohol enfeebles the reason, what part of the mental constitution does it ex- ..."

7. Pneumonia: Its Supposed Connection, Pathological and Etiological, with by René La Roche (1854)
"... that the material cause of autumnal fever may be absorbed by water, and thus produce its characteristic effects.1 A paludal atmosphere enfeebles health. ..."

8. The Young Mother: Or, Management of Children in Regard to Health by William Andrus Alcott (1838)
"Much cold enfeebles. The Scotch Highlanders. The two extremes equally fatal—over-tenderness and neglect. An interesting anecdote from Dr. Dewees. ..."

9. The Christian Remembrancer by William Scott (1847)
"Nature demande a certain degree of quickness ; and all the additional time beyond is an artificial superfluity, which clogs and enfeebles the chant, ..."

10. Pneumonia: Its Supposed Connection, Pathological and Etiological, with by René La Roche (1854)
"... enfeebles health.—The feeble health entailed by a long residence in fenny and fever regions, results often from a frequent repetition of febrile attacks ..."

11. First Part of the Royal Commentaries of the Yncas by Garcilaso de la Vega (1871)
"enfeebles and weakens the spirit, making the child lose the hope of learning and hate instruction. Those who are made to fear ..."

12. Hygiene of the brain: With Numerous Original Letters from Leading Thinkers by Martin Luther Holbrook (1878)
"EDWARD H. CLARKE, MD ALCOHOL enfeebles THE REASON. If, then, alcohol enfeebles the reason, what part of the mental constitution does it ex- ..."

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