It has liberated the master as well as the slave from a relation which wronged and enfeebled both.
The Middle East has a long history of strong nations fighting proxy wars on the territory of enfeebled ones.
The invasion of chaotic, enfeebled Haiti was a short-term success.
Nor does it make any sense for Saudi Arabia to turn to an enfeebled Europe, and the Saudis also know this all too well.
It had nothing to do with the child's lungs, which had been enfeebled by his former illness.
But the voice was so enfeebled by disease as to be scarcely audible.
But now my enfeebled health is gradually being renovated, and they tell me that when I leave this, I shall be “quite another man.”
A diseased body causes a disordered mind and an enfeebled will.
In the miserable, sobbing, enfeebled man whose leg had just been amputated, he recognized Anatole Kuragin.
enfeebled and nearly famishing, we headed toward it and rowed for life.