verb (used with object), de·vi·tal·ized, de·vi·tal·iz·ing.
Origin of devitalize
Related Words for devitalizedemasculate, debilitate, disembowel, deaden, destroy, desiccate, eviscerate, enervate, weaken, exenterate
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Historical Examples of devitalized
The stifling and devitalized air set their nerves on edge, as it were.Red Fox
Charles G. D. Roberts
It's the most pitiful and devitalized thing that ever ran up and down the earth.Red Fleece
Will Levington Comfort
No shred of cloud relieved the emptiness of a devitalized sky.The Portal of Dreams
Charles Neville Buck
Wherefore its economics were devitalized and its theology an anachronism.The Vision Spendid
William MacLeod Raine
George, tired and devitalized by his strenuous life, absorbed by his own and his employers affairs, fell asleep at once.