weakening (Meaning)

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weakening (n)

becoming weaker

the act of reducing the strength of something

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weakening (s)

causing debilitation

moderating by making pain or sorrow weaker

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weakening (p. pr. & vb. n.)

of Weaken

weakening Sentence Examples

  1. The continuous rain weakened the soil, making it susceptible to erosion.
  2. The prolonged drought weakened the trees, leaving them vulnerable to disease.
  3. The constant stress from his job was weakening his health.
  4. The politician's scandal weakened his credibility among voters.
  5. The lack of support from his teammates weakened his confidence in the field.
  6. The weakening economy raised concerns about the country's financial stability.
  7. The aging infrastructure weakened the city's ability to respond to emergencies.
  8. The weakening immune system made the elderly patient more susceptible to illness.
  9. The long-term effects of smoking weakened his lungs, leading to respiratory issues.
  10. The toxic substance weakened the laboratory equipment, rendering it unusable.

FAQs About the word weakening

becoming weaker, the act of reducing the strength of something, causing debilitation, moderating by making pain or sorrow weakerof Weaken

deterioration, enfeeblement, debilitation, ebbing, decaying,decay, declension, decline, degeneration, exhaustion

recuperation, revitalization, strengthening, strengthening, rehabilitation,improvement, recovery, rehabilitation, revitalization, improvement

The continuous rain weakened the soil, making it susceptible to erosion.

The prolonged drought weakened the trees, leaving them vulnerable to disease.

The constant stress from his job was weakening his health.

The politician's scandal weakened his credibility among voters.