Synonyms & Antonyms : Feeble





Feeble



( Adjective )


His pulse was very
feeble.

Synonyms:

Weak

Impotent

Frail

Languid

Debilitated

Infirm

Contextual Examples:

The strong should help the
weak.

His wife has sought divorce from him because she thinks he is
impotent.

He has put forth a
frail theory which even an average person can challenge.

The
infirm conclusion was based on deliberate distortion of the evidence.

Their house has
debilitated due to its long exposure to the elements.

The
languid wind offered no relief from the heat.



Antonyms:

Strong

Vigorous

Muscular

Athletic

Stalwart

Robust

Sinewy

Contextual Examples:

A
strong man needs no arms to fight his way up.

The country has to make
vigorous efforts to solve the unemployment problem.

His
muscular body enables him to perform numerous feats.

He is a political
stalwart. He has retained the Lok Sabha seat since the very first election after independence.

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