View synonyms for debilitating


/ dɪˈbɪlɪˌteɪtɪŋ /


  1. tending to weaken or enfeeble

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I’m here to tell you why I think this mindset is dangerous, detrimental, and debilitating for creating strong content.

“It’s more debilitating in some ways than loss of smell,” Doty said.

It was really debilitating, and I really had to battle back in terms of mobility and I did that.

When Stamets was a teenager, he suffered from a debilitating stammer.

It’s debilitating, not requiring hospitalization, but they have difficulty breathing and joint aches—which are really telling—chest pain, and other symptoms that affect brain function.

The processing errors of her mind manifested in a few debilitating ways: Her wagers, written with Jeopardy!

Early this year, Brittany Maynard, a vibrant and active 29-year-old newlywed, began getting debilitating headaches.

Most will choose simply to endure whatever comes, no matter how painful or debilitating, and that is their right.

Shulgin, however, maintained that the drug could help patients overcome trauma or debilitating guilt.

A debilitating fall and broken hip further strained a meager $125 monthly government stipend.

To discuss seems only to define it more sharply, and to be greatly condoled is only debilitating.

Second, it was exhibiting calomel to the injury (debilitating) of the patient.

Nor should children be begotten when the body is weakened by temporary disease or during the stage of debilitating after-effects.

Travelers have rarely exceeded 20,000 feet, at which point the air from its rarity is very debilitating.

That sirocco, the worst of many Italian varieties: who shall calculate its debilitating effect upon the stamina of the race?


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