Synonyms and related words:
ausgespielt, burned-out, castrated, debilitated, demasculinized, disabled, drained, effeminized, effete, emasculate, emasculated, enervated, enfeebled, eunuchized, eviscerated, exhausted, fatigued, gelded, incapacitated, lustless, marrowless, nerveless, pithless, played out, run-down, sapped, sinewless, spent, unmanned, unnerved, unsexed, used up, wasted, weakened, worn, worn-out

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

См. также в других словарях:

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