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Adjective
Lacking physical strength, especially due to illness or age
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“When the time came for his arraignment, he was sick and feeble in bed, yet he was forced to rise.”
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Lacking force, vigor, or efficiency in action or expression
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“With a feeble murmur, her head drooped backward from a sudden spell of dizziness.”
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Mentally or physically weakened due to old age
“Corentin went back to the cab, and drove to his rooms to assume the disguise of a feeble old man, in a scanty greenish overcoat and a tow wig.”
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Showing or displaying weakness of character or will
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“Led by feeble and cowardly men, they made a farce out of Rand's heroic ideal.”
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Failing to convince or impress
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“Arnold offered a feeble excuse for his failure to appear.”
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Ineffective, failing to produce a desired or expected result
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“It was certainly a feeble solution for a group that desperately needed protection.”
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Small or low in amount, level or degree
“Their general habits of life require but a very feeble amount of aeration, especially at moderate temperatures.”
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Unstable, not securely built
“Let it not be supposed that it is the intention to represent this light and comparatively feeble bridge over the Schuylkill as at all proper to be used, in its present condition, for modern railway purposes.”
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Of unsound structure, easily damaged or destroyed
“Human happiness is, at best, a building upon sand, and mine is a feeble structure, more so than you may suppose.”
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Miserably inadequate, to the point of being deserving of scorn
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Dull and uninteresting
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Lacking energy, drive, motivation or enthusiasm
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Lacking sufficient power or strength
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Small and weak
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Bearing the characteristics of a simpleton, or someone who is uneducated
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(of a sound or voice) Faint and high-pitched
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Small, thin and weak in build or structure
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Not fixed in place tightly or firmly
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Containing a significant or excess amount of liquid or water
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Sentimental in an exaggerated or false way
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(of a mixture or effect) Delicately complex and understated
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Not working
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