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- n. Something or someone that causes enervation.
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As they exited the dimly lit corridor that led to the classroom and approached the enervator, Mr Robinson spoke, Do you enjoy teaching, Doctor Smith?
Claude idly watched waves flow from where his fingers touched the wall of the enervator, the setting sun casting royal purple on the cityscape below.
The enervator stopped and Smith led the other man to his office door.
For my own part, I believed him capable of any thing, where he was sure of his own safety: For when any danger immediately threatened himself, there did not breathe a more abject spirit; and yet he was, at his outset in life, said not to want courage; but vice, my dear sir, is a great enervator of the soul.
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For rich idle people, I dare say, it may be as innocent an amusement as any other, but I find it a sad enervator. "