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Feeble : (superl.) Deficient in physical strength ; weak ; infirm ; debilitated .
Feeble : (superl.) Wanting force , vigor , or efficiency in action or expression ; not full , loud , bright , strong , rapid , etc. ; faint ; as , a f
Feeble : (v. t.) To make feble ; to enfeeble .
Feeble-minded : (a.) Weak in intellectual power ; wanting firmness or constancy ; irresolute ; vacilating ; imbecile .
Feebleness : (n.) The quality or condition of being feeble ; debility ; infirmity .
Crawl : (v. i.) to move or advance in a feeble , slow , or timorous manner .
Decrepit : (a.) Broken down with age ; wasted and enfeebled by the infirmities of old age ; feeble ; worn out .
Delicate : (a.) Tender ; not able to endure hardship ; feeble ; frail ; effeminate ; -- said of constitution , health , etc. ; as , a delicate child ;
Enervate : (v. t.) To deprive of nerve , force , strength , or courage ; to render feeble or impotent ; to make effeminate ; to impair the moral power
Enfeeble : (v. t.) To make feeble ; to deprive of strength ; to reduce the strength or force of ; to weaken ; to debilitate .
Enfeebler : (n.) One who , or that which , weakens or makes feeble .
Faint : (superl.) Performed , done , or acted , in a weak or feeble manner ; not exhibiting vigor , strength , or energy ; slight ; as , faint efforts
Faint : (v. i.) To become weak or wanting in vigor ; to grow feeble ; to lose strength and color , and the control of the bodily or mental functions ;
Fainty : (a.) Feeble ; languid .
Fall : (v. t.) To sink ; to languish ; to become feeble or faint ; as , our spirits rise and fall with our fortunes .

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