debilitated

[ dih-bil-i-teyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF debilitated

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEBILITATED

After all, there were some consolations in being alive and in a state of health not "debilitated."

The commonwealth also should be maimed, and debilitated,Zeno.

It is not infrequently observed in the strumous and debilitated.

The illness went hardly with him, and left him frail and debilitated.

The strain once over, she appeared slack, gaunt, debilitated.

It is generally the weak and debilitated who are the most sensual and debauched.

No, it was not such food as their weakened, debilitated systems craved.

It has been found useful in rickets, and in dyspepsia and worms, when occurring in debilitated habits.

It is caused by a debilitated condition of the nervous system, as well as by brain disease, scrofula, imprudent diet and worms.

The above are highly nutritious, and are recommended as articles of diet for convalescents and debilitated persons.

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