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 enfeebled
Nor does it make any sense for Saudi Arabia to turn to an enfeebled Europe, and the Saudis also know this all too well.
It has liberated the master as well as the slave from a relation which wronged and enfeebled both.The Best - And Worst - Post-Civil War Presidential Speeches on Race|David Frum|January 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The invasion of chaotic, enfeebled Haiti was a short-term success.
The Middle East has a long history of strong nations fighting proxy wars on the territory of enfeebled ones.
Enfeebled by sickness, he exposed himself; touched by compassion, he relieved the sufferer.The Story of My Life|Egerton Ryerson
A dull apathy had succeeded that fiery energy of soul which had enfeebled and well–nigh worn out her body.John Marchmont's Legacy, Volumes I-III|Mary E. Braddon
But I soon found that the exposures along the front were too great for my system, in its enfeebled condition.Thirty Years in the Itinerancy|Wesson Gage Miller
He was then a respectable old man, the weight of whose years had enfeebled his memory.Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 1 (of 3)|Isaac D'Israeli
But the voice was so enfeebled by disease as to be scarcely audible.The Monctons: A Novel, Volume I|Susanna Moodie