But the slog to November 6th has been dispiriting and enervating enough to put many of us in touch with our inner 4-year-old.
Come 6:30, the long, enervating adventure was gaveled close, at last setting everyone free.
The southerly winds which, in the northern hemisphere, are hot and enervating, always produce an increase of wakefulness.
He is measurably freed from the seductions of enervating pleasures.
The folds of her scarlet gown gave off the enervating smell of poppies.
The darkness enfolded her like the enervating caress of a sombre universe.
One thing struck my attention, which was, that he warned us of the enervating effects of the climate.
Return to your bracing home, and leave this enervating London!
Life flows on like a moving dream that is exotic, enervating, yet intoxicating.
The enervating heat and humidity of perpetually cloudy Thymis.
enervate en·er·vate (ěn'ər-vāt')
v. en·er·vat·ed, en·er·vat·ing, en·er·vates
To remove a nerve or nerve part.
To cause weakness or a reduction of strength.