Showing impairment of energy or strength; enfeebled. See Synonyms at weak.(adjective)
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Use "debilitated" in a sentence
"When she said she was 'debilitated' at havin 'to give us ham and toast that was funny enough, but what come afterwards was funnier."
"Former Newsnight producer Chrissy Rosenthal, from Cookham, said she and ITV football frontman Jim had been "debilitated" by the the illness but were now better nearly a month after they were struck down."
"Mr. Trichet said the financial crisis had 'debilitated' the real economy, that interest rates were appropriate and that the central bank would exit its non-standard measures gradually."