feebleness[ fee-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF feebleness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FEEBLENESS
The inadequacy, the feebleness of the whole thing is astounding.
Feebleness and failure in prayer is a sign of feebleness in the spiritual life.
The Regent's feebleness was the main rock upon which he built.
The inferiority might be the result of feebleness and of want of activity of mind.
Something also may be attributed to the feebleness of old age.
She cursed her feebleness; she longed to expose it, without apologies or tears.
An excitement quite fierce in its feebleness possessed them.
Yet this feebleness, profound, insurmountable, was what caused his torments of jealousy.
It was, in Ralph's state of feebleness, a very long journey.
These will account for much of the feebleness of young women and girls.