One result of the recent battle was the depletion of the color-guard.
And then Smith's Pocket was found to be only a pocket, and subject like other pockets to depletion.
A similar affection is occasionally produced by the abuse of opium, excessive mental anxiety, night watching, or depletion.
The depletion and anodynes of the physician were administered in vain.
All tragedies are not those of violence, but of depletion, too, and of starvation.
Exhaustion of the air means, in this connexion, depletion of the oxygen normally present in it.
After depletion, he says, opium should be given at once: "two or three grains may be given in urgent cases."
The system suffers a certain degree of depletion from which it recovers only after hours or even days.
If emissions are too frequent for the individual case, they are followed by depletion and malaise.
For the moment she was benumbed, out-wearied with effort and enervated by the strain and depletion of force.