Foible

• (n.) The half of a sword blade or foil blade nearest the point; -- opposed to forte. • (a.) Weak; feeble. • (n.) A moral weakness; a failing; a weak point; a frailty.
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foible

noun the weaker part of a sword`s blade from the forte to the tip
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Foible

Foi'ble adjective [ Old French foible . See Feeble .] Weak; feeble. [ Obsolete] Lord Herbert.
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Foible

Foi'ble noun 1. A moral weakness; a failing; a weak point; a frailty. « A disposition radically noble and generous, clouded and overshadowed by superficial foibles De Quincey. 2. The half of a sword blade or foil blade nearest the point; -- opposed to ...
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foible

a minor weakness or peculiarity in someone's character
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foible

defect of character (a person is wrongly proud) 
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Foible

the flexible half of the blade further away from the hilt
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Foible

the flexible half of the blade further away from the hilt
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Foible

The top third of the blade. This section of the blade is weaker in terms of leverage, and is used for beats, presses, and other motions where speed is needed and leverage is not crucial.
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foible

[n] - the weaker part of a sword`s blade from the forte to the tip
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