become weak

See: languish
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In its turn, that new continent will grow old; its virgin forests will fall before the axe of industry, and its soil will become weak through having too fully produced what had been demanded of it.
The foreigners in the Premier League have become babysitters to their English colleagues and as a result, the home-grown players have become weak and timid.
He said in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / "The role of Parliament is very weak in the adoption of important laws and solve problems between the political blocs," pointing out that "the government has become weak also because of the many problems faced by the country" He pointed out that "there are people who do not want successful to the government of Abadi.
These mountains have become weak after the 2005 earthquake and landslides have become a regular occurence.
It appears as if we have become weak and are losing the respect of other countries.
The recent attack on US bank JP Morgan and the European Central Bank have shown that even the major funding agencies have become weak in front of determined attackers.
Anker also advised against using metal or rubber bands as they will cause too much friction on the hair and cause it to break or become weak at the point of securing it.
It was always believed that superconductivity would become weak and was destroyed at temperatures higher than 0 K.
That's why people are always afraid to get hurt because they think once they do it, they will become weak.
I have an opinion that I must share and it's directed to all men and woman: Any girl must know that she is the queen of ethics and must not become weak in front of the man she loves.
In some people, as they get older, the wall of the aorta in the abdomen can become weak, start to expand and form what is called an abdominal aortic aneurysm.