debilitate

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To make feeble; to weaken

The American Dream suffered a debilitating effect after the subprime crisis.

{v} to weaken, enfeeble, make faint
{f} incapacitate, weaken, enfeeble
To debilitate an organization, society, or government means to gradually make it weaker. their efforts to debilitate the political will of the Western alliance. + debilitating de·bili·tat·ing years of debilitating economic crisis. + debilitated de·bili·tat·ed the debilitated ruling party
make weak; "Life in the camp drained him"
If you are debilitated by something such as an illness, it causes your body or mind to become gradually weaker. Stewart took over yesterday when Russell was debilitated by a stomach virus. + debilitating de·bili·tat·ing a debilitating illness. + debilitated de·bili·tat·ed Occasionally a patient is so debilitated that he must be fed intravenously
To impair the strength of; to weaken; to enfeeble; as, to debilitate the body by intemperance
debilitated
Simple past tense and past participle of debilitate
debilitated
Weakened

His debilitated body, the victim of the wasting disease, could no longer support his weight.

debilitated
run down, damaged, in disrepair
debilitating
Present participle of debilitate
to debilitate
enfeeble
debilitation
{n} a weakening, weakness, decay
debilitated
weak and feeble; "I'm feeling seedy today"
debilitated
lacking strength or vigor
debilitated
weak and feeble; "I'm feeling seedy today
debilitating
Causing a loss of energy or strength
debilitating
impairing the strength and vitality
debilitating
{s} incapacitating, weakening, enfeebling
debilitation
The act or process of debilitating, or the condition of one who is debilitated; weakness
debilitation
{i} incapacitation, weakening, enfeeblement
debilitation
serious weakening and loss of energy
debilitate
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