weakling[ week-ling ]SEE DEFINITION OF weakling
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WEAKLING
He was a weakling, and had no love of boyish sports; but he excelled in scholarship.
He had known him for a fool, a weakling, a babbler, and a bibber of wine.
Strange that so much should depend upon one man; tragic that the one man was a weakling.
And they would know they were garroting a man, and not a weakling!
Here I am weeping and wailing, she thought, as if I had no brains and as if I were a weakling.
It must be said for George Fleming that at least he was a hardy villain and no weakling.
She struck him across the eyes with full strength, and she was no weakling.
I know you are no coward or weakling, but he could throw you over the wall.
Even a weakling can cripple the strongest man if he once gets that hold.
Such a man as Bobby Bulteel must have been, as George said, a weakling.