Enfeebled

Antonyms of ENFEEBLED

Examples of usage:

  1. It is also a matter of great practical importance, in teaching any subject, that the teacher confine himself strictly to it, avoiding all kinds of " Catechetical Wandering," by which the minds of his pupils will be distracted and enfeebled if they cannot follow him, and by which their attention will be powerfully drawn away from the lesson, if they can. "A Practical Enquiry into the Philosophy of Education" by James Gall
  2. Even his mother, now enfeebled both in body and mind, felt fear of him rather than fondness for him. "Archibald Malmaison" by Julian Hawthorne
  3. 1: When this Sonnet was written, the Subject of it had languished three years beneath repeated paralytic strokes, which had greatly enfeebled his limbs, and impaired his understanding. "Original sonnets on various subjects; and odes paraphrased from Horace" by Anna Seward
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