weakening, present participle; weakened, past tense; weakens, 3rd person singular present; weakened, past participle;
Make or become weaker in power, resolve, or physical strength
fault lines had weakened and shattered the rocks
his resistance had weakened
lessen the strength of; "The fever weakened his body"
become weaker; "The prisoner's resistance weakened after seven days"
sabotage: destroy property or hinder normal operations; "The Resistance sabotaged railroad operations during the war"
de-escalate: reduce the level or intensity or size or scope of; "de-escalate a crisis"
dampen: lessen in force or effect; "soften a shock"; "break a fall"
(weakened) diminished: impaired by diminution
(weakened) attenuate: reduced in strength; "the faded tones of an old recording"
(weakened) cut: mixed with water; "sold cut whiskey"; "a cup of thinned soup"
(weakened) hurt: damaged inanimate objects or their value
(weakening) debilitative: causing debilitation
(weakening) moderating by making pain or sorrow weaker
(weakening) the act of reducing the strength of something
Monotonicity of entailment is a property of many logical systems that states that the hypotheses of any derived fact may be freely extended with additional assumptions. ...
(WEAKENED) A horse which started off well in a race and was in a position from which it could win, but could not keep up that pace or keep up with the pace of the other runners and dropped back in the field. That horse is said to have weakened.
(Weakened) The horse has raced forwardly, then gave ground.
(Weakening) Is a hedging or risk management term used to describe the relative loss of value between the underlying market and the hedge vehicle. It suggests that the cash or spot commodity or market is becoming less valuable relative to the futures or forward as defined by the basis.
(Weakening) Once, a time when the balance of astrological forces made a nexus world and its constructs vulnerable to attack. There are no longer nexus weakenings.
(Weakening) this structural rule allows the introduction of redundant premises, and has been one of the targets of Relevance Logic. In the dialogues, weakening corresponds to the fact that not all the concessions of the Opponent have to be actually used by the Proponent in the proof (i.e. ...
(weakening) [phonetics,phonology] A term in phonetics and phonology which refers to the reduction in articulatory effect expended on a sound. ...
The Gold Dragon has a Breath Weapon with a Weaken effect, which reduces creatures' melee and ranged damage. If a creature deals bonus damage with a single attack, the Weaken effect reduces only the base damage, not the bonus damage. ...