from The Century Dictionary.
- In a feeble manner; weakly; faintly; without strength.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb In a feeble manner.
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- adverb In a
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- adverb in a halting and feeble manner
- adverb in a faint and feeble manner
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"Keep the tobacco dry," one of the sick men said feebly from the roof.
Agents definitely open doors where mere mortals can only tap feebly from the outside, and they are also in a great position to advise a writer on shaping their manuscript to make it the best possible commercial prospect.
A kitten's whine rose feebly from the bundle, a cry of innocence she at first refused to believe.
I caught the word feebly from his lips, spoken as if in a daze.
"Love-birds ----" I caught the word feebly from his lips, spoken as if in a daze.
"Millie," he called feebly to the young girl who stood by the fire with her face buried in her hands.
"Jane!" she called feebly, but there was no answer.
As he raised himself slowly to a sitting posture, and was feeling about for his sword, which had fallen from his grasp as he fainted, he heard his name called feebly by some one near him.
I don’t care if McCain feebly supported Levin’s request.
"Jack," I called feebly, "you might bring me a drink presently, when you have finished with Nugent, will you?