enfeebled[ en-fee-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF enfeebled
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENFEEBLED
The Duke of Lerma, infirm and enfeebled by years, was unable to confront his foes.
In a flash it had come to me who that enfeebled gentleman was.
In the selfishness of her enfeebled spirit, Kate still rejoiced.
But the voice was so enfeebled by disease as to be scarcely audible.
A diseased body causes a disordered mind and an enfeebled will.
Enfeebled and nearly famishing, we headed toward it and rowed for life.
Their condition was so enfeebled that they could have lived only a little longer.
At length he became so enfeebled and ill as to be unable to walk further.
Slowly, and one by one, the enfeebled men dropped from the mast into the boat.
Age has bowed their heads, blanched their locks and enfeebled their memories.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR ENFEEBLED
- out of gas
- along in years
- broken down
- getting on
- not young
- over the hill
- past one's prime