Etymology
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enfeeble (v.)

"to cause to weaken, deprive of strength," mid-14c., from Old French enfeblir "become weak," from en- (see en- (1)) + feble (see feeble). Related: Enfeebled; enfeebling; enfeeblement.

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Definitions of enfeeble

enfeeble (v.)
make weak;
Synonyms: debilitate / drain
From wordnet.princeton.edu