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attenuate to make less in quantity, quality, or effect; weaken. [1/4 definitions]
blunt to lessen or weaken the force or effect of. [1/5 definitions]
debilitate to make feeble; weaken.
demoralize to weaken or destroy the confidence, courage, spirit, or morale of. [2/3 definitions]
depress to cause to be less forceful or active; weaken. [1/4 definitions]
devitalize to take away the strength, health, or liveliness of; weaken.
dump to market a great quantity of goods at reduced prices, so as to weaken the competition. [1/10 definitions]
ebb to weaken, decline, or decay. [1/4 definitions]
emasculate to take away the strength or energy of; weaken. [1/2 definitions]
enervate to take away the strength or vitality of; weaken.
etiolate to weaken, esp. through deprivation of normal development. [1/3 definitions]
fold1 (informal) to weaken or collapse after effort or exertion. [1/16 definitions]
hurt to damage, harm, or weaken. [1/8 definitions]
impair to weaken, damage, or cause to diminish in value or quality.
lag to fail or weaken gradually. [1/6 definitions]
languish to lose strength or energy; weaken. [1/3 definitions]
make a dent in to lessen or weaken. [1/2 definitions]
sag to weaken or decline under stress, a load, or the like. [1/8 definitions]
sap2 to gradually undermine or weaken. [1/4 definitions]
shake to weaken or cause to waver. [1/16 definitions]
stagger to weaken; falter. [1/8 definitions]