As you may or may not know, enervate
means to deprive of strength, not to energise.
At that stage, the brain strengthens selected axon synapses that correctly reach and enervate
their target cells.
Bell argues convincingly that novelists such as Toni Morrison, Charles Johnson, Alice Walker, and Ishmael Reed are able to transcend the despair that enervates
the work of writers such as Alain Robbe-Grillet, John Barth, and Ronald Sukenick because they can still tap into a vital tradition supplying potent spiritual and moral values as well as political energy.
The phrenic nerve enervates
the diaphragm and is therefore required for independent breathing.
Dixon was negligent in the "removal of lymph node masses by severing the nerve which enervates
the trapezius and left paraspinal musculature, and in failing to properly evaluate, diagnose and treat her symptoms.
Nevertheless, Arendt employs B-movie imagery as an analogue for what she sees as our overwhelming immersion in "the social," the enveloping force which enervates
our personal freedom and acts as a dehumanizing, depoliticizing force.