weak-mindedness

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“That might have been weak-mindedness,” said the Old Maid, which sounded ambiguous.

But an unequal partition from angry impulse, or weak-mindedness, has no validity.

As Wordsworth has it, "Brook no continuance of weak-mindedness!"

Max walked with drooping tail, and Brenda was whining softly to herself from sheer weariness and weak-mindedness.

The Archduke was sullen enough at what he called the weak-mindedness of France.

Jim's only answer is to lift his hands and shoulders in protest against his friend's weak-mindedness.

He in his weak-mindedness was compelled to hire the brains of a mere substitute, a manager, if you prefer.

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