(1) Thanks so much and hope you regain your energy soon├ö├ç┬¬ don't let school or whatever it is enervate you too much.(2) After charging his age with being an enervate breed which is "ever on his knees before the footstool of Authority," he goes on to observe that the process of statute-making ought to make one pause before according so much unquestioned deference to statutes.(3) A few weeks of the Blair, Bush, and Campbell vision of an enervate media might change their minds.(4) When I conjure in my mind the objections that people I know make to Christianity, I am reminded of my friend on the couch, enervated by life's manifold demands.(5) Rather than passivity and enervation , the goal now is loyalty and mobilization.(6) Again, the speaker's anxiety and enervation concern the chasm below.(7) Hemingway's genius would be squandered, enervated by celebrity, and he would die an alcoholic and a suicide.(8) But whether depressed by the small audience or enervated by the heat, the choir made little impact before the interval.(9) Without this, poetry is enervated and becomes merely the record of consciousness no more compelling than yesterday's sports statistics.(10) In contrast, this study indicates that Jamaican users universally perceive cannabis as an energizer, a motive power, never as an enervator that leads to apathy and immobility.(11) The day's ride had exhausted her already dwindled energy, and the night had truly enervated her.(12) The lack of food enervated him and he couldn't produce the goods when they were required.(13) His enemies were enervated and lacked a strong voice.(14) Shall we say this war consumes the heart and enervates the soul?(15) The preoccupation with the problem of evil, asserts Nietzsche, enervates the human spirit.(16) Businessmen, enervated by the pressures of city life, sought spiritual as well as physical refreshment in the new pastime of bushwalking.