attenuated

[ verb uh-ten-yoo-eyt; adjective uh-ten-yoo-it, -eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF attenuated

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ATTENUATED

It is then said that the virulence of the microbe is attenuated.

Paternal grossness was attenuated by the maternal influence.

Even the X-type had to struggle to rise in the attenuated air now about them.

The spiritual is the intensity of power; the physical is the attenuated.

Cassy foresaw, too, that the tedium would not be attenuated by Paliser's conversation.

Astronomy and inflation: and by inflation we mean expansion of the attenuated.

The creek was attenuated and hesitating, so we left it and struck off over the mountains.

This kind of beer will have attenuated sufficiently in from 30 to 36 hours.

No matter how attenuated a lethal gas is it is never entirely harmless.

She attenuated him without his knowing it, for what he mainly thought was that he had aggrandised her.

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