OTHER WORDS FOR weak
Origin of weak
synonym study for weak
OTHER WORDS FROM weako·ver·weak, adjectiveo·ver·weak·ly, adverbo·ver·weak·ness, noun
Words nearby weak
How to use weak in a sentence
He is too weak, too scared of the hatred he has stirred to put an end to it.Trump to visit Kenosha on Tuesday, despite protests from local leaders|kdunn6|September 1, 2020|Fortune
A meta-analysis of 426 studies found only weak effects of anti-bias training on both implicit and explicit biases.
Lowe’s has long been derided as a weaker version of its bigger rival Home Depot.How Lowe’s CEO is overhauling its e-commerce to capitalize on the home projects boom|Phil Wahba|August 19, 2020|Fortune
The idea became more plausible in the 1970s, after physicists discovered that massive particles carry the weak and strong forces.
Another victim of the weak advertising market, ViacomCBS reported a 27% decline in ad revenue in its second quarter.How the world’s biggest media companies fared through the ongoing crisis in Q2|Lara O'Reilly|August 12, 2020|Digiday
They even released a (pretty damn weak) hip-hop song on SoundCloud recounting their antics.
Instead of being strong and resilient, bones become weak and brittle.
A lot of people think females are too weak for the job, but I know that all the men she worked with saw her as one of the guys.
Alas, his soul is willing, but his flesh is weak and he whiffs.After Torture Report, Our Moral Authority As a Nation Is Gone|Nick Gillespie|December 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The paperwork was spotless: he had died in transit, the conjunction of a weak heart and long trip.
First Impressions are usually vivid but the power to revive them is weak—a poor memory.
First Impressions are usually weak but the power to revive them is strong—still a poor memory.
But the nasty part of the whole thing was, that Haggard had won eleven thousand pounds from a weak-headed boy.
He shut his fist and hit Butterface a weak but well intended right-hander on the nose.The Giant of the North|R.M. Ballantyne
But in her first rage Mrs. Charmington had been weak enough to let out that the prince had called young Mrs. Haggard "lovely."
British Dictionary definitions for weak
- not functioning as well as normalweak eyes
- easily upseta weak stomach
- denoting or belonging to a class of verbs, in certain languages including the Germanic languages, whose conjugation relies on inflectional endings rather than internal vowel gradation, as look, looks, looking, looked
- belonging to any part-of-speech class, in any of various languages, whose inflections follow the more regular of two possible patternsCompare strong (def. 13)
Derived forms of weakweakish, adjectiveweakishly, adverbweakishness, noun
Word Origin for weak
Other Idioms and Phrases with weak
In addition to the idioms beginning with weak
- weak as a kitten
- weak link
- weak moment, in a
- spirit is willing but the flesh is weak