Definition of Enerved

1. enerve [v] - See also: enerve



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Enerved

energymeter
energymeters
energyware
energywares
enerlasting
enervate
enervated
enervates
enervating
enervation
enervations
enervative
enervator
enervators
enerve
enerved (current term)
enerves
enerving
enervous
enes
enew
enewed
enewing
enews
enface
enfaced
enfaces
enfacing
enfame
enfamish

Literary usage of Enerved

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1. Contemporary Portraits by Frank Harris (1920)
"The "Vampire" in grey silk had just paid him another visit and had left him drained of strength and hope, exhausted, enerved, panting. ..."

2. Southey's Common-place Book by Robert Southey, John Wood Warter (1855)
"Our courage is enerved by a lazy licentiousness ; and good men are so scandalized at the horrid impiety of our armies, that they will not ..."

3. Publications of the Colonial Society of Massachusetts by Colonial Society of Massachusetts (1905)
"... the ayre cleere and dry, the sunne is seldom enerved by any cloudy interposition. The fruits of the earth naturally growing are abundance of strawberrys ..."

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