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Meaning & Definition of Feeble in English

English

Feeble

/fibəl/

adjective

1. Pathetically lacking in force or effectiveness

  • "A feeble excuse"
  • "A lame argument"
    synonym:
  • feeble
  • ,
  • lame

2. Lacking strength or vigor

  • "Damning with faint praise"
  • "Faint resistance"
  • "Feeble efforts"
  • "A feeble voice"
    synonym:
  • faint
  • ,
  • feeble

3. Lacking bodily or muscular strength or vitality

  • "A feeble old woman"
  • "Her body looked sapless"
    synonym:
  • decrepit
  • ,
  • debile
  • ,
  • feeble
  • ,
  • infirm
  • ,
  • rickety
  • ,
  • sapless
  • ,
  • weak
  • ,
  • weakly

4. Lacking strength

  • "A weak, nerveless fool, devoid of energy and promptitude"- nathaniel hawthorne
    synonym:
  • feeble
  • ,
  • nerveless

Examples of using

My religion consists of a humble admiration of the illimitable superior spirit who reveals himself in the slight details we are able to perceive with our frail and feeble mind.
“The economy has opened up a faultline in the Atlantic,” announces La Stampa, reporting on the impact of recent remarks by Barack Obama which imply that the poor management of the Eurozone crisis is to blame for the feeble outlook for growth in the US.
Happiness is a feeble flower.