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debilitation

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  1. 1 a gradual sinking and wasting away of mind or body the debilitation that all the prisoners of war had experienced during their captivity Synonyms of debilitation decline, decay, decaying, declension, degeneration, descent, deterioration, ebbing, enfeeblement, weakeningWords Related to debilitation atrophy; exhaustion; drooping, flagging, limping; regression, relapse, setbackNear Antonyms of debilitation invigoration, strengthening; progress; rejuvenation, rejuvenescenceAntonyms of debilitation comeback, improvement, rally, recovery, recuperation, rehabilitation, revitalization, snapback

  2. 2 the quality or state of lacking physical strength or vigor attributed the patient's general debilitation to an iron deficiency Synonyms of debilitation asthenia, weakness, debility, delicacy, enervation, enfeeblement, faintness, feebleness, fragility, frailness, frailty, infirmity, languidness, languor, listlessness, lowness, wimpinessWords Related to debilitation decay, decrepitude; breakdown, collapse, prostration; exhaustion, fatigue, lassitude, weariness; defenselessness, helplessness, impotence, impuissance, powerlessness; effeteness, softness, tenderness; disablement, incapacitation, invalidism; damage, harm, hurt, impairment, injuryNear Antonyms of debilitation energy, vitality; brawniness, fitness, heftiness, huskiness, lustiness, muscularity, virility; hardness, ruggedness, stoutness, sturdiness, toughness; health, healthiness, soundness, wellnessAntonyms of debilitation hardihood, hardiness, robustness, strength, vigor


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