Some people chose to infer that we believed humans to be feeble-minded, which we never did.
Only a relatively small proportion of these, however, are technically known as feeble-minded.
But these looked as if they were all lunatic or feeble-minded.
A feeble-minded person can improve a little, be returned home, and get married.
It has also been estimated that five per cent of the deaf are feeble-minded.
Indeed, the first definition of "feeble-minded" in the Bill was much looser and vaguer than the phrase "feeble-minded" itself.
Departments for the blind and for the feeble-minded were created here, but later separated.
At a tavern frequented by the militia he met a feeble-minded girl by whom he became the father of a feeble-minded son.
We owe it to adopting parents not to saddle them with feeble-minded offspring.
This alcoholic son married a normal woman and produced two feeble-minded and three normal children.