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  • adj. comparative form of feeble: more feeble

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Examples

  • But his heart is hollow, and the more he is known, the less will he be loved or esteemed, and the feebler will be his influence.

    The Young Maiden

  • We got an electric current through till the moment of parting, so that electric connection was perfect, and yet the farther we paid out the feebler were the currents, indicating a difficulty which, however, I do not consider serious, while it is of a nature to require attentive investigation.”

    Letters and Journals 02]

  • We got an electric current through till the moment of parting, so that electric connection was perfect, and yet the farther we paid out the feebler were the currents, indicating a difficulty which, however, I do not consider serious, while it is of a nature to require attentive investigation. "

    Samuel F. B. Morse, His Letters and Journals In Two Volumes, Volume II

  • The more time that flows by, the feebler are the chances of Slovakia to collect this money. "

    The Slovak Spectator

  • More and more people will be scrambling for fewer, feebler shelters - and all the Tories can think to do is try to ban people from feeding the victims.

    Johann Hari: The Conservative Assault on the Homeless

  • Diboll attributes the decline of the prairie to the invention of the steel plow in the 1830s, which succeeded the feebler wooden and iron plows and became the tool for converting prairie to farmland.

    Growers harness flames to prepare meadows for wildflowers

  • Public trust in congressmen has been even feebler, averaging just 15%.

    Why Everyone Distrusts Both Business And Government

  • Even then there was time for Darrell Griffin to shrug off some weak defence and David Hodgson to claim his second against even feebler opposition from his opposite number Rikki Sheriffe.

    Huddersfield cut down Bulls with Brett Hodgson's reclaimed steel

  • Each push-up is feebler than the last, until Pauly can barely lift his shoulders off the gravel.

    Boot Camp

  • Still, Bushnell thought that whether the feebler and more abject races are going to be regenerated and raised up, is already very much of a question.

    The Chosen Peoples

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