weak-minded

[ week-mahyn-did ]SEE DEFINITION OF weak-minded
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He disliked her child, the little Charles Rougon, who was degenerate and weak-minded.

I swore it; and then I swore at myself for being so weak-minded as to need to swear.

I'm not in the least conventional, and I don't think I'm weak-minded.

James of Scotland, then King of England, was weak-minded and extravagant.

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

The impression that weak-minded persons are most available is quite mistaken.

I thought it weak-minded of grandmother to give the pot to her.

And their asylums would have been not for weak-minded souls, but for furies.

Evidently the man was not so much of a rascal as he was weak-minded.

I'd hate for my mother to know I was skinning these weak-minded ones.

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