A feeble attempt to fine business owners for selling hametz prompted them to sue the state.
The best line of his speech: “Words seem so futile, so feeble.”
We pollute, but our feeble efforts at cleanup have been largely unsuccessful.
That was the era of airy elegance and feeble clown shows, of yuck-yuck punchlines and toothy performers saying "Gee whiz!"
Wrap your feeble minds around that one, children; never you mind that even powerful lobbies sometimes lose.
André, the youngest of the brothers of Vassili, a man of feeble character, now alone remained of the royal princes at court.
Old was King Lygni now, and feeble was his grasp upon his people.
His grandmother, knowing that she was too aged and feeble to take care of him, gave him to the Home.
Their wings are feeble, and they are of a dull, inactive temperament.
As they neared the well they began shouting, and a feeble cry from the depths answered them.
late 12c., from Old French feble (12c., Modern French faible) "weak, feeble," from Latin flebilis "lamentable," literally "that is to be wept over," from flere "weep, cry, shed tears, lament," from PIE *bhle- "to howl" (cf. bleat). The first -l- was dropped in Old French by dissimilation. The noun meaning "feeble person" is recorded from mid-14c.