verb  [en·er·vate]

Meaning of enervate

  • lacking physical, mental, or moral vigorenervate
  • to make someone feel weak and without energy

Sentences using enervate:

  • To a good extent, that reflects the endless, enervating nature of the Brexit debate.
  • the surgery really enervated me for weeks afterwards


  • abate
  • abatement
  • adulterate
  • turn to jelly idiom
  • adulterated
  • fade away