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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishenfeebleden‧fee‧bled /ɪnˈfiːbəld/ adjective  literaryWEAK very weak or illenfeeble verb [transitive]
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enfeebledOne major factor, of course, was that the possible alternatives seemed enfeebled and lacking in conviction.Despite her vehement protests, he hauled her enfeebled body inside and turned, laughing with delight.There was food for his enfeebled eyes.In California there was nothing new about enfeebled parties.Indeed, it was out of the question given the dollar's enfeebled position.The contrast between these recommendations and the then enfeebled state of planning practice was striking.
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