devitalize

[v] - sap of life or energy
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Devitalize

To remove the nerve of a tooth or an organ.
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Devitalize

De·vi'tal·ize transitive verb To deprive of life or vitality. -- De*vi`tal*i*za'tion noun
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devitalize

devitalise verb sap of life or energy; `The recession devitalized the economy`
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devitalize

(de-vi´tәl-īz) to deprive of vitality or of life.
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Devitalize

• (v. t.) To deprive of life or vitality.
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devitalize

devitalize, devitlise (British) 1. To deprive of vitality or of life or vital properties. 2. To make lifeless; to weaken. 3. To deprive something of its strength, vigor, or life.
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devitalize

Type: Term Pronunciation: dē-vī′tăl-īz Definitions: 1. To deprive of vitality or of vital properties.
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