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English definition of “feeble”


adjective     /ˈfiːbl/
WEAK extremely weak : She became too feeble to get out of bed .Weakness and vulnerability
NOT GOOD not very good or effective : a feeble argument / excuse Weakness and vulnerability
feebly adverb
(Definition of feeble adjective from the Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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