Definition of Feebling

1. Verb. (present participle of feeble) ¹



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Definition of Feebling

1. feeble [v] - See also: feeble

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Feebling

feeb
feebate
feebates
feeble
feeble-minded
feeble-mindedness
feebled
feebleminded
feeblemindedly
feeblemindedness
feebleness
feeblenesses
feebler
feebles
feeblest
feebling (current term)
feeblish
feebly
feebs
feechur
feechurs
feed
feed-bag
feed-drive
feed-forward activation
feed-horn
feed-horns
feed-through
feed a cold, starve a fever
feed back

Literary usage of Feebling

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1. The Cambrian Journal by Cambrian Institute (1858)
"Now, as t him art a Prince and Knight, Oh, aid me with a manly clasp, And give a chance in equal fight— My feebling hands relax their grasp! ..."

2. Sermons by John Jortin (1850)
"feebling his highest resolves, and tempting him to the neglect of his plainest duties, be less dreaded when perceived, nor less anxiously shunned, ..."

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