Feeble [adjective]

Definition of Feeble:

not strong; ineffective

Opposite/Antonyms of Feeble:

Sentence/Example of Feeble:

This was somewhat tiresome; and, after a rather feeble attempt at a third laugh, Davy said, "I don't feel like it any more."

The General in command of the station was a feeble old man, suffering from senile decay.

The gnarled hands shut up into clenched fists, and the feeble voice trailed off in an agonized moan.

The machine penetrated everywhere, thrusting aside with its gigantic arm the feeble efforts of handicraft.

Her heart had always been weak, I'd known that, and it had gradually grown more feeble.

We must keep to the text and not resort to any foreign matter to help the feeble memory.

"A woman's particular reason is a man's feeble excuse," murmured Sir Lucien rudely.

At Krasnoi his feeble corps of six thousand men was surrounded by thirty thousand Russians.

By blowing across this ring a fair but somewhat feeble Flute tone is produced.

The feeble loyalty of the native regiments at Lucknow sufficed to keep all the borderland of Nepaul quiet for nearly two months.