- v. Simple past tense and past participle of feeble.
“… Maybe that feebled VaccUlick can point to which Constitutional Right he refers to that explicitly states so.”
“_Alfonso_ rekindles with his tong, And sets a batelesse edge, ground by his word Vpon their blunt harts feebled by the strong,”
“You always have to lose -- especially in my case, because I tend to sit up very straight -- had to lose that and get a little feebled -- enfeebled.”
“He's well-grown enough, and very comely, but from a child something went wrong with his right leg, it's twisted and feebled so he can put but the very toe of it to the ground at all, and even that turned on one side, and can lay no weight on it, but barely touch.”
“And then when it was past noon, and when it drew toward evensong, Sir Gawaine's strength feebled, and waxed passing faint that unnethes he might dure any longer, and Sir Marhaus was then bigger and bigger.”
“Nevertheless I cannot still this hunger of my heart, -- this love that stings me more than it consoles, -- and out of the very transport of my burning thoughts I have learned many and strange things, -- things whereby I, a woman feebled and unlessoned, have grasped the glimmering foreknowledge of events to come, -- events wherein I do perceive for thee, thou Chiefest among men, some dark and threatening disaster.”
“Thus they talked on either party; and so Sir Dinadan railed with Sir Tristram and said: What the devil is upon thee this day? for Sir Palomides 'strength feebled never this day, but ever he doubled his strength.”
“So when she had thus endured a ten days, that she feebled so that she must needs pass out of this world, then she shrived her clean, and received her Creator.”
“He's seemingly outmatched: fallen yet not feebled, the ex-president proves a master of spin, evasion, and subterfuge.”
“ISA thousands of the laboring classes of the community defiriyed of employment; at the numeroiKi bank* ruptcies, which seem to blacken your cities, and fill them with dismay, and almost despair; at the mass of enterprise, and skill, and science, now en - feebled and borne down by cares, and weeping over a state of deplorable inactivity!”
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