Debilitation [noun]

Definition of Debilitation:

depletion of strength

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Sentence/Example of Debilitation:

Steve Levitt talks to Kwon about his debilitating childhood anxieties, his compulsion to choose the hardest path in life, and how Kwon used his obsession with game theory to stage a come-from-behind victory on Survivor.

I’ve taken medication and worked with a therapist for debilitating obsessive-compulsive disorder, and I’m not sure if I’d be writing this article if I hadn’t.

Inherited debilitation and defect are further aggravated by present-day educational methods.

But though bodily strength might be subdued, no mental debilitation seemed the consequence.

Our physique fell away, and those already reduced to weakness suffered still further debilitation.

The infestations observed in five-lined skinks were not sufficiently severe to cause debilitation or any noticeable symptoms.

Contraries, when near and militant, will be troublesome to each other, and seek each other's destruction or debilitation.

There might be side factors, perhaps long-standing debilitation.