|scrawny, weakened, feeble||marasmic|
|(Slang) strangle, choke; kill by hanging, ~ end: bony cut of mutton, lean person or animal, scrawny person or animal; neck of an animal; neck of a person (Slang), strangle somebody, thin person or animal||scrag|
|abandoned child, homeless or abandoned person (especially a child); young person who seems to be needy because of his/her thin feeble appearance; stray animal; cast-off or neglected items, thin young person, unclaimed item, waft||waif|
|absent or lessened, damaged, weakened, adversely affected||impaired|
|act of making weak or feeble; weakness, feebleness||enfeeblement|
|be unable to do something, be unsuccessful, be unsuccessful; make unsuccessful; not do; be weakened; disappoint; go bankrupt; be stopped; be used up, run out, become weaker, collapse financially, failure to perform, failure to occur (Archaic), judge st...||fail|
|belittle somebody, catch somebody eventually, cause ship to sink, criticize; run over, hit with a vehicle; chase and capture; become exhausted; make less valuable, dilapidated, ramshackle; exhausted, weakened, hit somebody with a vehicle, read somethin...||run down|
|bringing illness, causing disgust, feeble, feebly, from illness, often ill, overly sentimental, unhealthy, tending to suffer from ill-health; feeble, weak; nauseating, causing sickness; languid, pale||sickly|
|characterized by falling prices, characterized by regular inflectional endings, easily defeated, frail, feeble; faint; dilute, watery, having accent on normally unstressed syllable, lacking in contrast, lacking skills or abilities, lacking strength of ...||weak|
|consumed, exhausted, exhausted of spawn or sperm, finished, spend, spend (Past participle of), weakened, worn out; used up||spent|
|cowardly, fearless, not nervous, cool, composed; lacking strength, feeble, weak; cowardly, numb||nerveless|
|cripple, bedridden person; something which is not valid, expired; disqualified; sick, ill; handicapped; of the handicapped, of sick people; feeble; illegal, incorrect, unknown to the program (Computers), flawed, make sick, disable; become sick, become ...||invalid|
|damaged or weakened by long use, exhausted, outdated||worn-out|
|dim, dizzy, lose consciousness briefly, slight, sudden loss of consciousness, swoon, temporary loss of consciousness, syncope, temporarily lose consciousness, black out, pass out, unenthusiastic, weak, feeble; limp; dim; faded; fainthearted, timid, weaken||faint|
|drained of energy, growing along the ground, incapacitate somebody, lay somebody or something on ground, lie face downward, lying down, lying flat on face, lying low, subjugated; beaten, defeated; helpless, defenseless, unprotected; exhausted, feeble, ...||prostrate|
|drugged, overwrought, weakened||strung out|
|easily broken, flimsy; frail, weak, feeble, easily destroyed, physically weak||fragile|
|easy to break or damage, fragile; flimsy; weak, slight, thin; feeble, infirm; weak natured, insubstantial, morally weak||frail|
|exhausted, tired out, drained, weakened, weary, weakened under stress||fatigued|
|faint, indicative of low spirits, make or become pale or ill, colorless; sickly; weak, forceless; feeble, exhausted, tired; gloomy, sad||wan|
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