I am reading of valley and mountain life, and I grow sick at heart and enervated.
Their contact with the Mussalmans has neither relaxed nor enervated that condition.
But our debilitated, enervated, hypocritical race wallows in a sly cannibalism.
Yet ease had not enervated him, nor position made him proud.
The enervated conception of life is imaged in an equally enervated conception of death.
At the same time, it is not, like the French, enervated by a loss of consonants.
The night was beautifully clear, but too cool for the enervated frame of an African voyager.
enervated as he was, the interruption affected him like a barb.
I moved about without stopping, feverish uncomfortable, enervated.
It was a fierce protest against the luxuries of an enervated age.
enervate en·er·vate (ěn'ər-vāt')
v. en·er·vat·ed, en·er·vat·ing, en·er·vates
To remove a nerve or nerve part.
To cause weakness or a reduction of strength.