feeble-minded

[ fee-buh l-mahyn-did ]SEE DEFINITION OF feeble-minded

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The feeble-minded have no forethought and no self-restraint.

But the feeble-minded one was prepared for anything by the time the miracle happened.

And I reckin that's the cause of my bein' here to-day, accused of bein' feeble-minded.

But why do the feeble-minded tend so strongly to become delinquent?

This young woman is feeble-minded and should be classed as such.

It is just such difficulties as this that prove so perplexing to the feeble-minded.

All but the highest grade of the feeble-minded fail with this test.

That dunce is with her on a few days vacation from a school for the feeble-minded.

What gives us feeble-minded children from feeble-minded parents is clear.

But these looked as if they were all lunatic or feeble-minded.

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