We watched them silently, too debilitated to even move out of their way.
Food which would disgust the healthy appetite, will not quicken into action the debilitated and flickering sensation of taste.
After all, there were some consolations in being alive and in a state of health not "debilitated."
But our debilitated, enervated, hypocritical race wallows in a sly cannibalism.
It is not infrequently observed in the strumous and debilitated.
The sly fellow dwelt on the pale complexion and debilitated appearance of the lads.
No, it was not such food as their weakened, debilitated systems craved.
For 'wappen'd' Singer read wapper'd, worn out, debilitated, of the use of which word he gives examples.
It has been found useful in rickets, and in dyspepsia and worms, when occurring in debilitated habits.
It is to the liver what digitalis is to the heart; it overcomes the insufficiency and stimulates the debilitated organ.