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feeble definition

  • adjective:
    • poor energy; weak.
    • Indicating weakness.
    • Lacking vitality, force, or effectiveness; inadequate. See Synonyms at weak.
    • poor energy; poor.
    • Lacking strength; weak.
    • Deficient in actual energy; weak; infirm; debilitated.
    • Indicating weakness.
    • Indicating weakness.
    • poor power, vigor, or performance for action or expression; light.
    • poor vitality, force, or effectiveness; inadequate. See Synonyms at weak.
    • poor vitality, power, or effectiveness; insufficient. See Synonyms at weak.
    • Deficient in actual power; poor; infirm; debilitated.
    • Deficient in real energy; weak; infirm; debilitated.
    • poor power, vitality, or efficiency doing his thing or expression; light.
    • Deficient in real power; poor; infirm; debilitated.
    • Lacking power, vitality, or effectiveness in action or expression; faint.
    • Wanting power, vigor, or efficiency for action or expression; maybe not full, noisy, brilliant, strong, quick, etc.; faint
    • Deficient in actual power; weak; infirm; debilitated.
    • Deficient in actual strength; poor; infirm; debilitated.
    • Wanting power, vitality, or performance doing his thing or phrase; perhaps not complete, loud, bright, strong, fast, etc.; light
    • Wanting force, vitality, or effectiveness doing his thing or appearance; not complete, loud, brilliant, strong, quick, etc.; faint
    • poor energy; weak.
    • Indicating weakness.
    • Lacking vitality, power, or effectiveness; inadequate. See Synonyms at poor.
    • lacking actual or muscular strength or vitality
    • lacking energy
    • lacking power or vigor
    • pathetically with a lack of power or effectiveness
    • Deficient in physical strength; weak; infirm; debilitated.
    • poor power, vigor, or effectiveness for action or phrase; light.
    • lacking actual or muscular strength or vigor
    • lacking power
    • Deficient in actual energy; weak; infirm; debilitated.
    • lacking strength or vitality
    • Wanting force, vigor, or efficiency doing his thing or phrase; not complete, loud, bright, powerful, fast, etc.; light
    • pathetically without power or effectiveness
    • Lacking energy; weak.
    • lacking bodily or muscular power or vigor
    • lacking energy
    • lacking bodily or muscular energy or vitality
    • Indicating weakness.
    • lacking energy
    • lacking energy or vitality
    • pathetically with a lack of power or effectiveness
    • lacking energy or vitality
    • Lacking vitality, force, or effectiveness; insufficient. See Synonyms at weak.
    • pathetically lacking in force or effectiveness
    • Deficient in real power; poor; infirm; debilitated.
    • Lacking force, vitality, or effectiveness for action or expression; faint.
    • Deficient in real power; weak; infirm; debilitated.
    • Wanting force, vitality, or performance doing his thing or expression; maybe not complete, noisy, brilliant, powerful, fast, etc.; faint
    • lacking actual or muscular energy or vitality
    • lacking strength
    • lacking power or vitality
    • pathetically without force or effectiveness
  • verb:
    • To make feeble; to enfeeble.
    • to create feeble; to enfeeble.
    • which will make feeble; to enfeeble.
    • which will make feeble; to enfeeble.
    • which will make feeble; to enfeeble.
  • verb-transitive:
    • In order to make feble; to enfeeble.
    • to create feble; to enfeeble.
    • to create feble; to enfeeble.
    • to help make feble; to enfeeble.
    • to help make feble; to enfeeble.
  • others:
    • Miserable; bad; typical; mean.
    • Miserable; bad; typical; mean.
    • poor strength; lacking convenience of forcible activity or weight; poor; particularly, reduced to a state of weakness, as by illness or age.
    • Miserable; bad; common; mean.
    • Lacking energy; lacking capacity for forcible activity or opposition; weak; specifically, paid down to a situation of weakness, as by illness or age.
    • Wanting in force exerted, whether of activity or weight; lacking in strength, vividness, energy, or performance; light: as, a feeble vocals; a feeble light; feeble reasoning; a feeble argument or poem.
    • Exhibiting or indicating weakness: as, a feeble look.
    • To damage; enfeeble.
    • To grow light or poor.
    • Lacking energy; lacking convenience of forcible activity or resistance; poor; particularly, paid down to a situation of weakness, as by sickness or age.
    • Wanting in force exerted, whether of action or weight; with a lack of strength, vividness, power, or performance; faint: because, a feeble voice; a feeble light; feeble thinking; a feeble debate or poem.
    • Wanting in force exerted, whether of activity or opposition; without strength, vividness, power, or effectiveness; light: since, a feeble sound; a feeble light; feeble reasoning; a feeble debate or poem.
    • Exhibiting or suggesting weakness: as, a feeble appearance.
    • Exhibiting or indicating weakness: because, a feeble look.
    • To deteriorate; enfeeble.
    • to develop light or weak.
    • Miserable; poor; typical; mean.
    • Lacking energy; lacking capacity for forcible action or resistance; weak; specifically, decreased to a state of weakness, as by sickness or age.
    • Wanting in effect exerted, whether of action or resistance; with a lack of power, vividness, power, or efficiency; light: as, a feeble voice; a feeble light; feeble thinking; a feeble debate or poem.
    • Exhibiting or indicating weakness: as, a feeble appearance.
    • To weaken; enfeeble.
    • To deteriorate; enfeeble.
    • to develop faint or poor.
    • to develop light or weak.
    • Miserable; bad; typical; mean.
    • Lacking energy; lacking capacity for forcible activity or weight; weak; especially, decreased to a state of weakness, as by sickness or age.
    • Wanting in force exerted, whether of activity or weight; without intensity, vividness, power, or performance; faint: since, a feeble voice; a feeble light; feeble thinking; a feeble debate or poem.
    • Exhibiting or indicating weakness: since, a feeble look.
    • To weaken; enfeeble.
    • to cultivate faint or poor.
  • noun:
    • A feeble person.
    • Weakness; feebleness.
    • identical to foible, 1.
    • A feeble individual.
    • A feeble individual.
    • Weakness; feebleness.
    • identical to foible, 1.
    • A feeble individual.
    • Weakness; feebleness.
    • Weakness; feebleness.
    • identical to foible, 1.
    • just like foible, 1.
    • A feeble individual.
    • Weakness; feebleness.
    • Same as foible, 1.
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