[en-fee-buh l] /ɛnˈfi bəl/
verb (used with object), enfeebled, enfeebling.
to make feeble; weaken:
That bout of pneumonia enfeebled him.
(transitive) to make weak; deprive of strength
mid-14c., from Old French enfeblir “become weak,” from en- (see en- (1)) + feble (see feeble). Related: Enfeebled; enfeebling.
[en-fef, -feef] /ɛnˈfɛf, -ˈfif/ verb (used with object) 1. to invest with a freehold estate in land. 2. to give as a fief. /ɪnˈfiːf/ verb (transitive) 1. (property law) to invest (a person) with possession of a freehold estate in land 2. (in feudal society) to take (someone) into vassalage by giving a fee or […]
[en-fet-er] /ɛnˈfɛt ər/ verb (used with object) 1. to bind with or as with .
[en-feeld] /ˈɛnˌfild/ noun 1. a borough of Greater London, England. 2. a town in N Connecticut. 3. . /ˈɛnfiːld/ noun 1. a borough of Greater London: a N residential suburb. Pop: 280 300 (2003 est). Area: 55 sq km (31 sq miles) type of rifle, 1854, named for government works in Enfield, Middlesex, England, where […]
[en-fuh-leyd, -lahd, en-fuh-leyd, -lahd] /ˈɛn fəˌleɪd, -ˌlɑd, ˌɛn fəˈleɪd, -ˈlɑd/ noun 1. Military. 2. Architecture. verb (used with object), enfiladed, enfilading. 3. Military. to attack with an enfilade. /ˌɛnfɪˈleɪd/ noun 1. a position or formation subject to fire from a flank along the length of its front verb (transitive) 2. to subject (a position or […]