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weakly

[ week-lee ]
/ ˈwik li /
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adjective, weak·li·er, weak·li·est.
weak or feeble in constitution; not robust; sickly.
adverb
in a weak manner.
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Origin of weakly

First recorded in 1350–1400, weakly is from the Middle English word weekely.See weak, -ly

synonym study for weakly

1. See weak.

OTHER WORDS FROM weakly

weak·li·ness, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for weakly

weakly
/ (ˈwiːklɪ) /

adjective -lier or -liest
sickly; feeble
adverb
in a weak or feeble manner

Derived forms of weakly

weakliness, noun
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