weakly

[ week-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF weakly

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WEAKLY

Uncle Peter weakly waved the hand of finished discouragement.

He was not moping—only weakly and even when looking a little sad, was quite happy.

"I—I thought you did it just for a joke," said the Little Doctor, weakly.

Jacob followed her into the sick-room, and Adam weakly shuffled in behind.

"We'll be there in fifteen minutes," murmured Leonard weakly.

Rest assured that Beckendorff is not a man to act incautiously or weakly.

What could be the matter with the little love that he should grow so weakly?

And that is done strongly which is done by strength, and that which is weakly done, by weakness?

"I've got something to tell you, Aunt Keziah," he said weakly.

It's Emil bein' thin an' weakly an' bloodless, I reckon, that attracts him.

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