enervated[ en-er-vey-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF enervated
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENERVATED
Their contact with the Mussalmans has neither relaxed nor enervated that condition.
Who would not soon be enervated in that tropical and luxurious atmosphere?
Then they walked along in silence, enervated by the warmth of the air.
Yet ease had not enervated him, nor position made him proud.
Do not think that calamity has chilled my heart, or enervated my mind.
I became weak, languid, enervated—my disorder was a lethargy of soul.
At the same time, it is not, like the French, enervated by a loss of consonants.
The incident had its humors, but he was too tired, too enervated, to enjoy them.
He can nobly spread the feast, yet is he not enervated by luxury.
Enervated as he was, the interruption affected him like a barb.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR ENERVATED
- out of gas