Grammar Bomb: ENERVATE vs INNERVATE

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Grammar Bomb9.001_Enervate vs Innervate

 

“His monotone voice has the power to enervate even the strongest of attention spans; his discussion on the nervous system is represented well on this drawing—you can see where the bundle passes outward to innervate the extremities.”

 

enervate {adj & verb} [THINK: lacking in energy; weaken (e)]
innervate {verb} [THINK: supply organ with nerves]

 

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