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King James Dictionary
FEE'BLE, a. I know not the origin of the first syllable.
1. Weak destitute of much physical strength as, infants are feeble at their birth.
2. Infirm sickly debilitated by disease.
3. Debilitated by age or decline of life.
4. Not full or loud as a feeble voice or sound.
5. Wanting force or vigor as feeble efforts.
6. Not bright or strong faint imperfect as feeble light feeble colors.
7. Not strong or vigorous as feeble powers of mind.
8. Not vehement or rapid slow as feeble motion.
FEE'BLE, To weaken. Not used. See Enfeeble.
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Entry for 'Feeble'. King James Dictionary. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/kjd/f/feeble.html.