- energy level,
- energy obesity,
- energy star program,
- enesco, georges,
Origin of enervated
verb (used with object), en·er·vat·ed, en·er·vat·ing.
Origin of enervate
Examples from the Web for enervated
He had allowed her to talk without replying, enervated by the beauty of the scene and dumfounded by this storm of abuse.Original Short Stories, Volume 8 (of 13)|Guy de Maupassant
They miscalculated his nature, and supposed causes produced the same effects in a healthful and an enervated constitution.The American Family Robinson|D. W. Belisle
She was enervated still by the emotions of the preceding day, and her desire for companionship was slight.Eden|Edgar Saltus
Why had he allowed himself to be so enervated by her prayers at last as to surrender everything,—as he had done?The Prime Minister|Anthony Trollope
But those who are enervated by the balmy climate of flattery naturally dread a stiff breeze of ridicule.The Graysons|Edward Eggleston
Word Origin for enervate
c.1600, from Latin enervatus, past participle of enervare "to weaken" (see enervation). Related: Ennervated; ennervating.