Enervates [verb]

Definition of Enervates:

tire, wear out

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Sentence/Example of Enervates:

This was the beginning of the fatal practice destined in the end to enervate France and demoralize the army.

Then as they are almost all fighting men (tata toa) they are restricted that they may not weaken or enervate themselves.

What is the use of wondrous gifts of language, if they are employed to enervate, p. 19and not to ennoble, their hearers?

To enervate, irritate, or corrupt the body is to produce a like effect upon the mind.

They are full of weaknesses and pains that wear out life and enervate all their mental and spiritual powers.

To diminish the strength of the social bond would be to enervate not to invigorate society.

If any method could be devised to enervate the English colonies it would be to establish in them the Inquisition.

Wine and other luxuries have a tendency to enervate the mind and make men less brave in battle.

Don't enervate your strength to do light by accepting the fatal doctrine of vicarious atonement.

An artful cabal in that council would be able to distract and to enervate the whole system of administration.