A super-villian eats planets and helps you gobble a word
Mnemonic – Galactus ate energy of the universe to weaken it.
Word – Enervate
Meaning – to weaken, to reduce in vitality
Part of Speech – verb
Synonyms – enfeeble, sap, weaken, jade, debilitate
Antonyms – energize, invigorate, liven, strengthen
1 Heartbreak in love must not enervate your will to live for life is surely much more than that.
2 The medicine is effective against cancer but enervates the brain cells which may lead to other complications.
3 The humid climate would quickly enervate the soldiers body and they were advised to periodically sip energy fluids.
4 The enervating effects of a traumatic past had resulted in low self esteem and lack of confidence.
5 The thunderstorm had so enervated the ship’s crew that they were in no position to control the ship.
6 The attack at the World Trade Center had enervated the spirits of the global economy.