foible[ foi-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF foible
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FOIBLE
You know vanity is not my foible, therefore I need not fear your censure.
Vanity had been the foible of her childish years; it was now the vice of her womanhood.
Mrs. Vint had pricked his conscience, but she had wounded his foible.
His foible is, a canine appetite for popularity and fame; but he will get above this.
I am afraid my mother is rather exacting; it is a Blake foible.'
I have a foible for the English in spite of that vilain petit Boulby.
“If I have a foible, it is under-statement,” returned Hadria, with a half-smile.
Do you know that you have one little infinitesimal ewe-lamb of a foible?
Omniscience may be a foible of men, but it is not so of books.
But simplicity is not a foible of the religious mind of India.