Definition of feeble-minded in English:

feeble-minded

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adjective

Derivatives

feeble-mindedly

adverb
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  • If the media were allowed to follow up, as opposed to being cold-bloodedly and feeble-mindedly suppressed, the whole petition phenomenon would have disappeared eight hundred years ago!
  • Are the noise issues as bad as I have been feeble-mindedly led to believe?
  • You can go on mischaracterizing the party as feeblemindedly as you want, but your party shall never, nor can ever, address these problems effectively.

feeble-mindedness

noun
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  • He refers to ‘gullible consumers’ and goes on to argue that ‘today's average consumer may be an everyday victim of foolishness and feeble-mindedness in their consumption behaviour’.
  • Even hardened journalists and academics, long resigned to their toil among the ignorant, have recoiled before the feeble-mindedness of the man.
  • Similarly, his 'weasel' example makes it clear how much feeble-mindedness he assumes in his readership.

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