They hoped and worked for the devitalized races of Subterranea, for the betterment of their condition, more than for their own.
The stifling and devitalized air set their nerves on edge, as it were.
She patted the dry, devitalized hand, and pressed it in her own strong, electric grip.
It's the most pitiful and devitalized thing that ever ran up and down the earth.
Twelve hours in a railway-car exhausts one, not because of the sitting, but because of the devitalized air.
No shred of cloud relieved the emptiness of a devitalized sky.
The creature is so devitalized; the dirt is so ingrained, so much a second nature, that a bath really isn't attractive.
Wherefore its economics were devitalized and its theology an anachronism.
If all citizens emulated their example, democracy would become inane and devitalized.
Thin, devitalized tags of skin often stretch from side to side of the ulcer.
devitalized de·vi·tal·ized (dē-vīt'l-īzd')
Devoid of vitality or life, as a tooth with destroyed pulp.