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enervated

adj.1.lacking strength or vigor.
Adj.1.enervated - lacking strength or vigor
apathetic, ausgespielt, benumbed, blase, bored, burned-out, cachectic, castrated, dead, debilitated, decadent, degenerate, demasculinized, deteriorated, devil, devitalized, disabled, dopey, dormant, drained, drooping, droopy, drugged, dull, effeminized, effete, emasculate, emasculated, enfant terrible, enfeebled, eunuchized, eviscerated, exanimate, exhausted, fagged, failing, faint, fainting, fatigued, feeble, feeling faint, flagging, footsore, frail, frazzled, gelded, good and tired, healthless, heavy, hebetudinous, in poor health, inanimate, incapacitated, inert, infirm, invalid, jaded, lackadaisical, languid, languishing, languorous, leaden, lethargic, lifeless, limb, limp, listless, lumpish, lustless, marrowless, mischief, moribund, nerveless, numb, pale, peaked, peaky, phlegmatic, pithless, played out, pooped, rapscallion, rascal, ready to drop, reduced, reduced in health, rogue, run ragged, run-down, sagging, sapped, sated, scalawag, seedy, sickly, sinewless, sleepy, slow, sluggish, somnolent, spent, spiritless, stagnant, stagnating, stultified, supine, tired, tired-winged, toilworn, torpid, unhealthy, unmanned, unnerved, unrefreshed, unrestored, unsexed, unsound, used up, valetudinarian, valetudinary, vegetable, vegetative, villain, wan, wasted, way-weary, wayworn, weak, weakened, weakly, wearied, weariful, weary, weary-footed, weary-laden, weary-winged, weary-worn, wilting, with low resistance, world-weary, worn, worn-down, worn-out
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Energize
Energizer
energizing
Energumen
Energy
Energy Department
Energy expenditure
energy level
energy of activation
Energy Secretary
energy state
energy unit
energy-absorbing
energy-releasing
energy-storing
Enervate
-- enervated --
enervating
Enervation
Enervative
Enerve
Enervous
Enesco
Enets
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Enface
Enfaced paper
Enfamish
enfant terrible
enfants perdus
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Enfeeble
enfeebled
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