|old and feeble, trembly, weak||doddering|
|(British) not burdened, free of encumbrance; starved, weak, famished, glance at in a sly or malicious manner; look at in a lecherous manner, lascivious look, look lasciviously, sly or malicious glance; lascivious look; glass furnace||leer|
|abandoned child, homeless or abandoned person (especially a child); young person who seems to be needy because of his/her thin feeble appearance; stray animal; cast-off or neglected items, thin young person, unclaimed item, waft||waif|
|accompanied by phlegm, available, fire missile, flexible, free, let go, release; make loose; untie, unfasten; shoot (arrow, gun, etc.), free; released; untied; disconnected; slack; weak; not tight; unrestrained; wanton; careless; imprecise; not defined...||loose|
|act of emphasizing the beats or accents that are usually not accented (Music); omission of a letter or sound from the middle of a word (Grammar); change of meter (Poetry), placing of accent on weak beat, syncope||syncopation|
|act of exhausting something, extremely tired or weak state, feebleness, weakness, lack of energy; draining, using up||exhaustion|
|act of making weak or feeble; weakness, feebleness||enfeeblement|
|act of wasting, destroy something, destroyed area, exhaust somebody, fail to use something, food remainder, for waste, garbage, get weak or ill, kill somebody, not needed, rejected from body, rock associated with a mineral, speak pointlessly about some...||waste|
|act of wilting, become weak, droop or shrivel, drooping or shriveling, withering; disease in plants, lose confidence||wilt|
|amplifier that strengthens signals, device designed to strengthen very weak signals before they pass through the regular amplifier||preamplifier|
|anaemia, blood deficiency, condition caused by a lack of red blood cells and characterized by weakness and breathlessness (Pathology); weak, powerless, lack of vitality||anemia|
|anaemic, having anemia, sick-looking, suffering from anemia, affected by a condition caused by a lack of red blood cells (Pathology); weak, pale, listless, lacking vitality||anemic|
|area of shallow water, having little depth, not deep; superficial, not concerned with serious intellectual matters; weak, breathing in very little air, make or become shallow, not thinking or feeling deeply, taking in little air||shallow|
|background, weak radiation from the environment||background radiation|
|barren, decadent, degenerate, decadent; worn out, exhausted, weak||effete|
|become less important, become whiter, blanch, whiten; become less important; make a fence around, cause to lose color, colorless, pallid; weak; white, fence in, fence stake, fenced-in area, inadequate, lack of luster or color; fence; fence stake; borde...||pale|
|becoming weak; diminishing; tiring, flagging, state of becoming weak; act of making weak||weakening|
|blade part, weakness or quirk, weakness; weak point of a sword||foible|
|blemish, bring disrepute, create blot, dry with absorbent material, exposed piece, eyesore, stain, blemish; smear, speckle, stain; absorb with blotter paper, weak point||blot|
|break, destroyed by adversity, disorganized, imperfectly spoken, incomplete, no longer whole, not continuous, not kept, out of order, smashed into pieces, crushed, no longer in working order, split apart, uneven, weak||broken|
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