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debilitate

(dĭ-bĭl′ĭ-tāt″)
To produce weakness or debility.
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We no longer can afford to spend $10 billion a month - or whatever the actual cost is - in Afghanistan and Iraq, when this country has a record deficit and a debt that is more than $14 trillion and growing, debilitatingly high unemployment, a tsunami of foreclosures, a crumbling infrastructure, underfunded schools and other urgent needs at home.
The Socialist Alternative assumes that capitalism and its ongoing, inevitable crises are destructive of human potential, that capitalism is a debilitatingly irrational system, and that a new socio-economic order needs to be created.
Yes it was disappointing to see Johnson's men lose to South Africa but not debilitatingly so because we do not need to worry about the lack of muscularity that was their undoing last Saturday.
FOR most clubs a debilitatingly expensive 650-mile round trip for what is effectively a meaningless match would be a luxury not worth having.
Given that our culture has especially pathologized everything relating to our consumption, from the internet (e-heroin) to shopping (shopaholics), and we have become we are told, debilitatingly 'addicted to oil' and our 'crackberries', the mad tango between the Gothic and addiction is certain to continue into and beyond the twenty-first century.
California's prisons are already debilitatingly overcrowded.
It particularly limited reading of his religious poetry, which seemed embarrassingly earnest in tone and debilitatingly abstract in language.