Definition of enfeeble:
- disable (part of speech: verb)
- weaken (part of speech: verb)
- enfeeble (part of speech: verb)
- "Selections From Poe", J. Montgomery Gambrill.
He worked at the salt- furnaces, and by that gained a few florins; people said he would have worked better and kept his family more easily if he had not loved his pipe and a draught of ale too well; but this had only been said of him after his wife's death, when trouble and perplexity had begun to dull a brain never too vigorous, and to enfeeble further a character already too yielding.- "The Nürnberg Stove", Louisa de la Ramé (AKA Ouida).
- "The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. I. (of 12)", Edmund Burke.