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We are growing too serious, the railways and telegraph have upset us and enervated us, we are getting languid and dull.
FRIEND MAC DONALDMAX O'RELL
Why had he allowed himself to be so enervated by her prayers at last as to surrender everything,—as he had done?
THE PRIME MINISTERANTHONY TROLLOPE
Enervated—wedded to this transient state, we should lose sight of our true country.
THE AESTHETICAL ESSAYSFRIEDRICH SCHILLER
Nations enervated through luxury and idleness are usually supplanted by more vigorous races.
THE EXPOSITOR'S BIBLE: THE BOOK OF JOSHUAWILLIAM GARDEN BLAIKIE
See how his soul becomes enervated, his judgment warped and his heart invaded by every temptation.
THE YOUNG PRIEST'S KEEPSAKEMICHAEL PHELAN
Luxury has enervated, vice has debased, and the strength of the mighty nation has consumed away.
CATALOGUE OF THE GALLERY OF ART OF THE NEW YORK HISTORICAL SOCIETYANONYMOUS
Is there no danger that we shall become enervated by the spirit of avarice, unfortunately so predominant?
ABRIDGEMENT OF THE DEBATES OF CONGRESS, FROM 1789 TO 1856 (4 OF 16 VOL.)VARIOUS
A lengthened stay here would be a bad preparation for the wilderness life; they could scarcely but be enervated by it.
CEDAR CREEKELIZABETH HELY WALSHE
An idyllic people, not by any means enervated, though pleasure-loving—so we must regard them.
HOMER'S ODYSSEYDENTON J. SNIDER
You have all been over-cultured and enervated; as I say, you want some of the salt and iron of life.
THE HALF-HEARTEDJOHN BUCHAN
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