Thesaurus / weak-minded
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That love, too, like a quicksand, too often proves a destroyer to the weak-minded.

An OutcastF. Colburn Adams

It was in vain he hinted that in all cases of difficulty he, he the archdeacon, was willing and able to guide a weak-minded dean.

Barchester TowersAnthony Trollope

They cared finely for the insane also and for the weak-minded.

This was enough to win to his side the weak-minded Paul, whose delight in soldiers he well knew.

Still he did it, and I am weak-minded enough to be grateful.

"But we mustn't let the dear girl find it out," said this sensitive, weak-minded, but generous-hearted lady.

Gustave shrugged his shoulders at beholding his weak-minded little friend reduced to such slavery.

Moral TalesMadame Guizot

In 1869 there were in Millbank one hundred and forty weak-minded, and also twenty-five of an allied type, the "half sharp."

Miss PaysleyAnd with that as the foundation of your character, its astonishing what weak-minded things you do!

But tremble, if you reject my suit, for the power which I shall exert over the weak-minded Edouard!

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.