Definitions

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  • adjective Too weak; too feeble.

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  • adjective Excessively weak; too feeble.

Etymologies

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over- +‎ weak

Examples

  • For eighteen long months had he plied the oars on board of a Saracen galley, while Sir Franz, who was overweak for such toil, served as keeper of slaves on the benches, himself with chains on his feet.

    Complete Project Gutenberg Georg Ebers Works

  • For eighteen long months had he plied the oars on board of a Saracen galley, while Sir Franz, who was overweak for such toil, served as keeper of slaves on the benches, himself with chains on his feet.

    Margery — Complete

  • For eighteen long months had he plied the oars on board of a Saracen galley, while Sir Franz, who was overweak for such toil, served as keeper of slaves on the benches, himself with chains on his feet.

    Margery — Volume 08

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