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A quick vision of death smote her soul, and for a second of time appalled and enfeebled her senses.
THE AWAKENING AND SELECTED SHORT STORIESKATE CHOPIN
Old people declared that he reminded them of Hauge in his earlier days, before he had been enfeebled by persecution.
SKIPPER WORSEALEXANDER LANGE KIELLAND
Vessels carrying his servants and baggage were dispersed by a storm, and the rough weather told upon his enfeebled frame.
IRELAND UNDER THE TUDORS, VOL. II (OF 3)RICHARD BAGWELL
His wife sorrowed over this new passion; her health, already much enfeebled, soon broke down.
VILLA RUBEIN AND OTHER STORIESJOHN GALSWORTHY
I give th' old an' enfeebled English gintleman that carried me satchel a piece iv silver.
MR. DOOLEY SAYSFINLEY DUNNE
His sailors were worn out with fatigue, discouraged, and enfeebled by scurvy.
CELEBRATED TRAVELS AND TRAVELLERSJULES VERNE
At the same time the imagination can be enfeebled by starvation and neglect.
LINE AND FORM (1900)WALTER CRANE
A sad history enough it was of domestic bitterness, of an enfeebled will, knowing what was right, and doing it not.
THE LIFE OF THOMAS WANLESS, PEASANTALEXANDER JOHNSTONE WILSON
Enfeebled as Blcher appeared to be, he was no sooner freed from the awe of Napoleon's proximity than he began to move.
THE LIFE OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTEWILLIAM MILLIGAN SLOANE
Scores of millions were suffering and enfeebled by under-nourishment and misery.
THE OUTLINE OF HISTORY: BEING A PLAIN HISTORY OF LIFE AND MANKINDHERBERT GEORGE WELLS

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