Definition of Feblesse

1. feebleness [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Feblesse

featurephones
features
featurette
featurettes
featurewise
featuring
featuritis
feaver
feaze
feazed
feazes
feazing
feazings
febantel
febarbamate
feblesse (current term)
feblesses
febricant
febricitant
febricitants
febricities
febricity
febricula
febriculose
febrifacient
febrifacients
febriferous
febrific
febrifugal
febrifuge

Literary usage of Feblesse

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1. The Works of Thomas Hearne, M.A. by Thomas Hearne (1724)
"Uter, be gode kynge, (of7 wan we speke by vore,) * Was feble after bat he was in be hors bere y bore, bat he moste vor feblesse nede'' holde bym stylle, ..."

2. Chaucer's Translation of Boethius's "De Consolatione Philosophiæ." by Boethius, Geoffrey Chaucer, Richard Morris (1868)
"... fe feblesse and infirmité of wicked folke. fat ne mowen nat come to fat hire naturel en- ... of power and how gret feblesse fere is in grete ..."

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