feeble-mindedness

[ fee-buh l-mahyn-did ]SEE DEFINITION OF feeble-mindedness
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Criminality, again, is associated with feeble-mindedness in the most intimate way.

Her feeble-mindedness is  recognized by teachers and by other pupils.

Interest has centered in the study of the inheritance of feeble-mindedness.

David's feeble-mindedness was probably only one of the awful results.

Much has been written on the subject of the causes of feeble-mindedness.

From this couple a line of 496 descendants have come, with no cases of feeble-mindedness.

Now what has become of the unit character, feeble-mindedness?

If feeble-mindedness be proved, they will again be set at liberty.

This view is substantiated by the opposite problem of feeble-mindedness.

Feeble-mindedness, for example, seems to be a Mendelian character and recessive.

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