Feeble - definition, pronunciation, transcription
a feeble excuse
a feeble voice
a feeble old woman
She's still feeble from her long illness.
We heard a feeble cry for help.
Business is suffering because of the feeble economy.
He made a feeble attempt to explain his behavior.
He offered a feeble excuse for his behavior.
“Dislike” is too feeble a word for how she feels about him.
His voice sounded feeble and far away.
She was too feeble to leave her room.
A feeble old woman was feebly brooming the floor.
Nitrogen and oxygen are feeble absorbers and radiators.
The lama is a juvenescent and feeble copy of the camel.
The feeble vassals of wine and anger and lust.
Greg's feeble attempt at humour
He grasped her feeble veined hand.
The horse is feeble, reels and totters about as he moves.