|tiredness and apathy, weariness, exhaustion; weakness; listlessness; laziness||lassitude|
|(Greek Mythology) only spot which is vulnerable (taken from the story in which Achilles is dipped in the river), small but fatal weakness||Achilles heel|
|(Medicine) disease resulting from a vitamin C deficiency (characterized by bleeding gums, weakness, and anemia), despicable, disease caused by vitamin deficiency, mean, rascally||scurvy|
|(Medicine) lead poisoning, condition resulting from the absorption of lead into the body (causes anemia, muscle weakness, and nausea)||saturnism|
|(Pathology) "Parrot Fever", infectious disease carried by some birds and which can be transmitted to humans (causes pneumonia, high fever, weakness, and fatigue), disease of birds, parrot fever||psittacosis|
|(Pathology) lack of feeling, loss of sensation (caused by disease); (Medicine) localized or general reduction of sensitivity to pain (through drugs), anaesthesia, apathy, medically induced insensitivity to pain||anesthesia|
|(Pathology) siriasis, serious condition caused by excess exposure to the sun (characterized by fever, weakness, and possible coma or death), illness caused by too much sun, insolation||sunstroke|
|(Pathology) sunstroke, serious condition caused by excess exposure to the sun (characterized by fever, weakness, and possible coma or death)||siriasis|
|(Slang) kill, murder, "bump off"; swindle; cause to become extremely tired, cause exhaustion (e.g.: "That afternoon gym exercise really did me in, I slept for hours when I got home"), kill somebody, tire out||do in|
|absence of a backbone; weakness of character, lack of resolution||spinelessness|
|absence of muscle tone, absence of stress, muscular weakness; limpness; lack of stress (Phonetics)||atony|
|act of being lazy or indolent; period of laziness, be indolent, be lazy, pass the time lazily, idle, take it easy||laze|
|act of exhausting something, extremely tired or weak state, feebleness, weakness, lack of energy; draining, using up||exhaustion|
|act of leaving secret communication, collapse, collapse from exhaustion, connection on line, curtain length, decrease in something, deliver something by parachute, delivery, delivery slot in a receptacle, descent, descent by parachute, distance between...||drop|
|act of making weak or feeble; weakness, feebleness||enfeeblement|
|act of open the mouth wide and taking a deep breath (involuntarily - from tiredness or boredom)||yawning|
|allow, appear to be less good, be adversely affected, endure, feel pain, experience loss or harm, endure misfortune; be punished; tolerate, endure; stand, bear; allow, permit, have an illness, have as weakness, undergo something unpleasant||suffer|
|anaemia, blood deficiency, condition caused by a lack of red blood cells and characterized by weakness and breathlessness (Pathology); weak, powerless, lack of vitality||anemia|
|apathetic, indifferent; self-composed, calm; phlegmatic, being full of phlegm (formerly believed to cause apathy)||phlegmy|
|apathy, indifference, lack of feeling; calmness; lack of sensitivity to pain||impassiveness|
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