Infeeble

In`fee´ble


v. t.1.See Enfeeble.
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The principle is one which he also employs in |Of Tragedy', that even unpleasant or melancholy passions are better than mental vacuity or ennui: |Whatever supports and fills the passions is agreeable to us; as on the contrary, what weakens and infeebles them is uneasy' (T 434).