He goes on and it seems as if to him the years come as the snow falls on the mountains, not to enfeeble but to embellish.
Usually they enfeeble the sympathies, and often overlie and smother them.
Nothing could enfeeble that, it seemed heroic, and covered all other laches.
There is no money in the treasury, and so they enfeeble her instead of strengthening.
It never commands us to ruin our health and enfeeble our minds by unnatural exhaustion.
There, no petty circle of society can fetter the energies or enfeeble the endeavors.
Every time we cut ourselves off from nutrition, we enfeeble them.
But in poverty there is also a tendency to intimidate, to enfeeble, to benumb.
The law of physical decay does not enfeeble all the powers of devout men, even while they are subject to it.
These meditations did not enfeeble my resolution, or slacken my pace.