Yesterday, Bono & Co. finally ended the debilitating U2 shortage of the last half-decade and delivered a new song.
Each of them has distinctive and debilitating flaws in the eyes of Republican power brokers.
And thirdly, Chaz Ebert endured the debilitating role as his constant caregiver because she listened to her doctor.
A debilitating brain disorder responds to bike riding—in tandem.
Many of those users are people you see every day; otherwise normal individuals—most—with debilitating addictions.
The wearing of heavy underclothing under such conditions is debilitating to the skin and impairs the resisting power.
The South has not yet recovered from the debilitating influence of his books.
In a similar way privateering always had a debilitating effect upon our own regular force.
She was wild-eyed, and she shuddered when the express made its debilitating drop.
And you mustn't talk like your own characters; you've no idea how debilitating that is.
debilitating de·bil·i·tat·ing (dĭ-bĭl'ĭ-tā'tĭng)
Causing a loss of strength or energy.