Feeble

• (superl.) Deficient in physical strength; weak; infirm; debilitated. • (v. t.) To make feble; to enfeeble. • (superl.) Wanting force, vigor, or efficiency in action or expression; not full, loud, bright, strong, rapid, etc.; faint; as, a feeble color; feeble motion.
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feeble

1. Deficient in physical strenght; weak; infirm; debilitated. 'Carried all the feeble of them upon asses.' (2 Chron. Xxviii. 15) ... 2. Wanting force, vigor, or efficiency in action or expression; not full, loud, bright, strong, rapid, etc.; faint; as, a feeble colour; feeble motion. 'A lady's feeble voice.' ... Origin: OE. Feble, OF. Feble, flebe,...
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feeble

adjective pathetically lacking in force or effectiveness; `a feeble excuse`; `a lame argument`
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feeble

nerveless adjective lacking strength; `a weak, nerveless fool, devoid of energy and promptitude`- Nathaniel Hawthorne
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Feeble

Fee'ble (fē'b'l) adjective [ Compar. Feebler (-blẽr); superl. Feeblest (-blĕst).] [ Middle English feble , Old French feble , flebe , floibe , floible , foible , French ...
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Feeble

Fee'ble transitive verb To make feble; to enfeeble. [ Obsolete] « Shall that victorious hand be feebled here?» Shak.
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feeble

A trick where the back peg of the bike is grinding/stalling while the front tire is on top of the obstacle.
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Feeble

Feeble is a recruit in King Henry IV part II.
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feeble

[adj] - pathetically lacking in force or effectiveness 2. [adj] - lacking strength
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