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    enervate - Dictionary definition and meaning for word enervate

    (verb) weaken mentally or morally Definition
    (verb) disturb the composure of
    Synonyms : faze , unnerve , unsettle
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for enervate

ENERV(w)asTE whwn you waste you energy you become weak

break it as e + nerve(nerv) + ate... what happens when our pulse reduces; we WEAKEN.

can also be broken as ener(energy) + vate (wait) when energy is waiting somewhere else....you have less energy left in yourself

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enervate ~ evaporate

E=emergency Nervate=nerves Rushing nerves to the ER is a sign something bad happened...like a stroke..potentially paralyzing , weakening.

Enervate: ener(ENERGY) + vate(evaporate) Ur energy is evaportaed, so u feel weak


INNER WEIGHT- if your INNER WEIGHT is very high i.e. you are very fat then you get ENERVATED very soon.

assume that ENER=ENERGY VATE=WAIT If You wait for a long time we lose our energy and WEAKEN

ener(inner)+vate(weight) : if ur inner wt increases u feel weak....

enervate = energy is being (v) ate by sunlight so he is become weak.

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