verb (used with object), en·fee·bled, en·fee·bling.
Related formsen·fee·ble·ment, nounen·fee·bler, nounun·en·fee·bled, adjective
Examples from the Web for enfeeble
But the cajolery of pipe or string was just as powerless to enfeeble that dogged warrior.The Danish History, Books I-IX|Saxo Grammaticus ("Saxo the Learned")
An entire abstinence from flesh can only serve to enfeeble Nature.Buffon's Natural History. Volume VI (of 10)|Georges Louis Leclerc de Buffon
The temper of modern times tends to enfeeble our sense of the supernatural.Saint Bonaventure|Rev. Fr. Laurence Costelloe, O.F.M.
Still others considered this a good way to enfeeble the oligarchy, so as to curtail its privileges.The War With Mexico, Volume I (of 2)|Justin H. Smith
They have been as a rule singularly free from the kinds of vice that do most to enfeeble and corrode a race.Historical and Political Essays|William Edward Hartpole Lecky