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weak-willed

[ week-wild ]
/ ˈwikˈwɪld /
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adjective
having or showing a want of firmness of will; easily swayed.
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Origin of weak-willed

First recorded in 1880–85
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British Dictionary definitions for weak-willed

weak-willed

adjective
lacking strength of will
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