• (adj): Used of inanimate objects or their value.
    Synonyms: hurt
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on weakened:

Meteorological History Of Hurricane Jeanne
... Hurricane Jeanne steadily weakened while crossing eastern Hispaniola, and on September 17 it briefly weakened to tropical depression status after reaching open waters ... Jeanne weakened over land while turning the northwest, deteriorating to tropical depression status over Georgia on September 27 ...
Hurricane Kristy (2006)
... Subsequently, Kristy weakened from cooler waters and increased wind shear from Hurricane John to its northeast ... Steering currents weakened, and turning to a southerly drift, it weakened to a tropical depression by September 2 ...
1999 North Indian Ocean Cyclone Season - Storms - Super Cyclonic Storm BOB 06 (05B)
11 hours after peaking, 05B weakened slightly to 155 mph and made landfall near the same area that 04B did only 11 days earlier ... The storm slowly weakened as it stalled just onshore in Odisha, India while dumping torrential rains. 05B slowly weakened as it drifted southward ...
Cyber-Cat - P - Preus
... Gog's synthetic Yellow Kryptonite, which had significantly aged and weakened Superman in a short period of time ... So weakened, Superman was barely able to deal with Preus' legions alone, and quickly found himself outclassed by the (at the time) much more vital Preus ... He was last seen as a weakened Superman tried to fly him to S.T.A.R ...
History Of Maui - Trade With Europe and China - Destruction of Traditional Life
... Even before Christian missionaries arrived in force, the system was weakened by decades of civil war among the island chiefs, foreign residents who did not fit into the ... visitors and the religious and social system was further weakened ... They could not foresee that by doing so they had weakened the foundations of their own power ...

More definitions of "weakened":

  • (adj): Made weak or weaker.

Famous quotes containing the word weakened:

    More are weakened than strengthened by their troubles.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)

    We have been weakened in our resistance to the professional anti-Communists because we know in our hearts that our so-called democracy has excluded millions of citizens from a normal life and the normal American privileges of health, housing and education.
    Agnes E. Meyer (1887–1970)

    The years seemed to stretch before her like the land: spring, summer, autumn, winter, spring; always the same patient fields, the patient little trees, the patient lives; always the same yearning; the same pulling at the chain—until the instinct to live had torn itself and bled and weakened for the last time, until the chain secured a dead woman, who might cautiously be released.
    Willa Cather (1873–1947)