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attenuation

noun as in debilitation

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The resulting sense of deep connectedness and ego attenuation mirrors feelings commonly brought about by a psychedelic experience.

If you love getting down front in the action, go for more attenuation.

Also available in a Smaller Ears model, as well as a Slide model that offers adjustable attenuation—a feature usually only seen in high-end models.

He self-punishes to the nth degree, practices daily to extremes, is lean to the point of attenuation, and when he does yogic stretches for his hamstrings, he is looking not for normal flexibility but for beyond-maximal ranges of motion.

There is no growth in the idea of god, there is only an attenuation.

It is to be given at the first attenuation three times daily in half gr.

The old man stared at this cynical announcement: he searched his visitor's face for some attenuation of the words.

Peter was pinguid, plump, and plethoric—she was thin to attenuation.

There was considerable attenuation of the walls of both auricles and ventricles.

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On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to attenuation, such as: depletion, devitalization, enfeeblement, exhaustion, fading, and impoverishment.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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