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Adjective
Weak or lacking in strength
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“His bones were weakened from a lack of calcium.”
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Feeling very tired or fatigued
“After putting in a hard day's work, she was too weakened to do anything besides lay on the couch.”
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Suffering from sickness or an illness
“However, antibiotics are helpful if the person develops pneumonia or some other secondary condition while weakened with the flu.”
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Physically hurt or injured
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“He had come back a wreck, his health impaired, with a weakened leg.”
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Containing a significant or excess amount of liquid or impurities
“I've not ever been one to drink much or often outside of the weakened beer and watered-down wine that Mama had been instructed to give me in place of tea or water with my dinner.”
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Showing or displaying weakness of character or will
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“Hereafter, it is necessary to correctly appraise the troops' weakened and cowardly spirit.”
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Being in a disadvantaged or compromised state
“Mr. Jones, you are in a weakened position unsuitable for giving orders!”
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Having been reduced in force, effect, or value
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Having no power or energy left
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Unsuitable for, or inconducive to, growing crops or vegetation
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(of a place or economic activity) Suffering the damaging effects of a lack of demand or employment
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(stock market) Tending towards lower prices
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To be worn down by negative emotions
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As of muscles
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Affected with, or causing, physical discomfort or pain
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Low in available quantities
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Having lost confidence or hope
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Lacking in stiffness or firmness
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In an adulterated state
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Past tense for to become, or cause to become, physically weaker
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“Hunger would beget sickness, and the sickness would weaken and impoverish the Irish clans.”
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Past tense for to physically wilt or wither
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“As corn stalks weaken due to this rot, they become more susceptible to collapsing and forfeiting quality grain.”
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Past tense for to reduce, or cause to reduce, in intensity or strength
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“In reality, however, this circumstance tends to weaken the intensity of the disturbing force.”
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Past tense for to adulterate or dilute the concentration or potency of
“Heating at high temperatures did not appear to weaken the potency of the extracts.”
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Past tense for to undermine or be detrimental to
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“The practice of habitual self-control preserves him from mistakes calculated to weaken his authority.”
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Past tense for to gradually fade or wane away
“The villagers huddled around their fires and hoped that the storm would weaken and do no damage to their crops.”
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Past tense for to yield or lose one's resolve
“She worried that her resolve would weaken and that she would give in to her cravings.”
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Past tense for to decline or deteriorate physically, mentally, or morally
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Past tense for to cause physical or bodily damage or injury to
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Past tense for to represent or estimate at less than the true value or importance
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Past tense for to expose to danger or the risk of loss
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Past tense for to diminish the confidence or courage of
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Past tense for to stop operating
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Past tense for gradually destroy or be gradually destroyed
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Past tense for to decrease or reduce in sensitivity
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Past tense for to put an end to, especially formally
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Past tense for to make or prove (an argument, statement, or theory) unsound or erroneous
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Past tense for to disembowel, to remove the viscera
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Past tense for to (excessively) exert for a particular task, purpose or goal
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Past tense for live or spend a period of time in a dull, inactive, unchallenging way
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Past tense for to make ineligible, as for entry to an examination
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Past tense for to remove the fuse from (a bomb), making it safe
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Past tense for to severely restrict the efficiency or effectiveness of
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Past tense for to weaken someone's morale over a long period
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