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From Anglo-Norman *feblir, from feble.

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feblen

  1. To cause to become feeble or weakened:
    1. To cause the defeat of one's opponent(s).
    2. (rare) To cause the decline of a nation or organisation.
    3. (rare) To ruin, disrupt, or spoil.
  2. To become (physically or mentally) feeble or weakened.

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