feeble[ fee-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF feeble
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FEEBLE
It is but a feeble destiny that is wrecked by passion, when it should be ennobled.
He called again, and this time thought he heard a feeble response.
Yet, in the intensity of her utterance, the feeble whisper struck like a shriek of horror.
Like is a feeble word to voice one's impressions of the land of lovely women.
I then tried to see how feeble a current was audible in the telephone.
I got him to tap it gentler and gentler, and could hear the most feeble tap.
"You must think I'm a feeble excuse for a doctor," retorted she.
What are kings made for, save to succor the feeble and distressed?
But that hall is great, and the lamps are feeble, so none will know you there.
It was Nelson's mind which supported his feeble body through these exertions.