infirm definition

  • adjective:
    • fragile in body, especially from later years or disease; feeble. See Synonyms at weak.
    • poor firmness of will, personality, or function; irresolute.
    • perhaps not strong or stable; shaky: an infirm support.
    • fragile or sick, maybe not in good health.
    • insecure; irresolute
    • frail; unstable
    • Not fast or sound; poor; feeble
    • Weak of head or will; irresolute; vacillating.
    • perhaps not solid or steady; vulnerable; precarious.
    • lacking actual or muscular strength or vitality
    • lacking firmness of might or character or function
  • verb:
    • To oppose, to give you evidence that one thing isn't.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To deteriorate; to enfeeble.
  • others:
    • maybe not firm, stable, or strong; lacking security or solidity; faltering; feeble: as, an infirm help; an infirm wisdom.
    • Specifically maybe not seem in health; damaged in health or vitality; enfeebled; poor: because, infirm in body or constitution.
    • Voidable; obnoxious to legal objection that may destroy obvious effectiveness.
    • To damage; enfeeble.
    • To make less firm or specific; render skeptical, debateable, or dubious.

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