LACOB: A massive fail, because it makes Maggie further read as weak-willed and rather pathetic.
Not as weak-willed blunderers have we undertaken the fearful risk of this war.
He doesn't know how easy it is to reform, and is too weak-willed to try.
He ruled the weak-willed Czar and filled the ministries with men who shared his views and upon whom he could rely.
It is hard for a strong-willed man to bow down to a weak-willed man.
And Walter Johnson, her son by a former marriage, had—poor, weak-willed fellow!
But he was to find himself under a spell such as is said to bring the weak-willed bird to the serpent's maw.
Temptations to which the weak-willed succumb do not affect the strong-willed.
These traits and foibles made both peculiarly liable to the temptations which assail pleasure-loving and weak-willed boys.
weak-willed monarch as he was, he could not resist Buckingham's persuasions, though he dreaded the result.