Enervate in a Sentence
Definition of Enervate
to deprive of force or strength; weaken
Use Enervate in a sentence
The wrestler's plan was to deliver a crushing blow which would enervate his opponent.
Because he is much heavier than me, the only way for me to enervate him is by putting a sleeping pill in his food.
The alcohol appeared to enervate Jason's ability to focus at work.
If the hurricane comes near the city, the winds may enervate the flood walls and cause them to crumble.
The bullet wound did not enervate the suspect enough to slow him down during the chase.
When Kyle died, nobody missed him because he was a bully who liked to enervate women by hitting them.
The general devised an attack to enervate and conquer his enemy.
When the soldiers put dynamite under the bridge, they hoped it would enervate the foundation to the point of collapse.
It was the evil stepmother's intention to enervate her stepdaughter by denying her food and water.
The wolf's plan of attack was to enervate the buffalo and kill it.
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