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2. actuate, activate, move, rouse, waken; incite, arouse, rouse up, instigate, provoke; fire, kindle, enkindle, Inf. spark, stir, goad, spur on, prod, prick; push, egg on, urge, impel, exhort; boost, promote, prompt, foment; excite, work up.
3. be in operation, be active; put forth energy, do one's utmost, spare no efforts; struggle, labor, strain; buckle to, grind, plod, slave; toil, drudge, sweat. energy,
n. 1. vigor, vitality, birr, Inf starch, stamina, get up and go; intensity, force, power, puissance, might, SI. guts, nerve; potency, potentiality, efficacy, effectiveness, efficiency, cogency; virility, forcefulness, elbow grease, muscle; drive, push, Psychol, conation; initiative, ambition, enterprise.
2. animation, liveliness, vivacity, spirit; dash, elan, zest, verve, flair, zing; fire, warmth, glow, fervency, ardor; sprightliness, airiness, buoyancy, bounce, cheer; ebullience, sparkle, effervescence; vigor, vim,
Inf. zip, It. brio, SI. oomph, Inf. pep; exuberance, enthusiasm, zeal, fervor, passion; alertness, Chiefly Scot. smeddum. enervate, v. 1. weaken, enfeeble, debilitate, devitalize, deprive of strength; exhaust, deplete, sap, impoverish; tire, strain, fatigue, Inf. take it out of [s.o.]; demoralize, defeat, Inf. take the starch out of, break, shatter; unbrace, unnerve, unman, emasculate, effemi-nize.
2. impair, invalidate, disable, incapacitate, cripple, paralyze, handicap, undermine; dilute, adulterate, debase, water, water down,
Inf. cut; thin, attenuate; lessen, diminish, lower, reduce, minimize. enervation, n. 1. weakness, enfeeblement, feebleness, infirmity, debilitation, debility, devitalization, Both Pathol, asthenia, adynamia; exhaustion, depletion, impoverishment; impotence, impuissance, powerlessness, helplessness, inability; tiredness, weariness, fatigue, strain, lassitude, languor; demoralization, defeat, collapse; emasculation, castration, effeminization.
2. impairment, invalidation, disablement, incapacitation, crippling, paralysis, undermining; dilution, adulteration, debasement; reduction, minimization, lessening, diminishing, lowering. enfeeble, v. weaken, enervate, debilitate, devitalize, deprive of strength; exhaust, deplete, sap. See enervate
(defs. 1,2). enfold, v. 1. envelop, wrap up, enwrap, lap, entwine, swathe, muffle up, swaddle, shroud; surround, encircle, encompass, enclose; clasp, enclasp, embosom, embrace, hug.
2. fold, drape, double, pleat, plait, gather, ruffle, pucker. enforce, v. 1. implement, put into effect
or force, bring to bear, Inf. clamp down, Inf. crack down, get tough, toughen or tighten up; prosecute, follow up, back up, carry through; carry out, execute, perform, discharge; complete, accomplish, put through, fulfill, realize.
2. administer, manage, control, conduct, direct, boss; officiate, preside over, watch over, supervise, superintend, oversee, look after, see that [s.t.] is done.
3. force, compel, coerce, press, pressure, make, dragoon; necessitate, cause, drive, railroad,
Inf. shove or ram down one's throat; impel, urge, impress, lay stress upon, insist upon, demand, impose upon, require, exact, extort; apply pressure, SI. lean against or on, arm-twist, twist [s.o.'s] arm, put the screws on or to, squeeze, Inf. strong-arm, put the heat on; threaten, intimidate, bulldoze, browbeat, bully, give [s.o.] a hard time, hector, harass.

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