enervation

  1. lack of vitality
  2. serious weakening and loss of energy

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Enervation

• (n.) The act of weakening, or reducing strength. • (n.) The state of being weakened; effeminacy.
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enervation

(en″әr-va´shәn) lack of nervous energy. removal of a nerve or a section of a nerve.
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enervation

noun lack of vitality; `an enervation of mind greater than any fatigue`
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Enervation

En`er·va'tion noun [ Latin enervatio : confer French énervation .] 1. The act of weakening, or reducing strength. 2. The state of being weakened; effeminacy. Bacon.
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Enervation

Enervation: The act of enervating or the state of being enervated. See: Enervate.
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enervation

Failure of nerve force; weakening. ... Origin: L. Enervo, pp. -atus, to enervate, fr. E-priv. + nervus, nerve ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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enervation

[n] - lack of vitality
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