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Spell check of feeble

Correct spelling: feeble

Synonyms:
light, slight, prostrated, lame, imperfect, wispy, flimsy, rachitic, decrepit, weak, wasted, delicate, wimpish, unaccented, disabled, wearied, drowsy, low, infirm, timid, droopy, dim, sickly, sleepy, exhausted, inadequate, apathetic, ineffective, ineffectual, sapped, swooning, bored, purposeless, limp, depressed, light-headed, washy, uphill, listless, weakened, enervated, run-down, gimpy, coolheaded, fragile, unsound, worn down, strong, powerless, cool, debilitated, cheerless, doddering, faint-hearted, weakly, lightheaded, nerveless, faltering, fatigued, worn-out, puny, insubstantial, tired, incapable, faint, wobbly, fallible, fainthearted, tender, soft, half-hearted, flaccid, game, footsore, faded, languid, prostrate, tenuous, wimpy, toilsome, woebegone, frail, effete, down-and-out, softened, asthenic, blue, incompetent, shadowy, halting, weary, derelict, sapless, irresolute, anemic, shaky, impotent, creaky, watery, trying, indistinct, crippled, unsubstantial, flea-bitten, vague, wonky, ill-defined, insufficient, enfeebled, debile, frazzled, rickety, worn, halt, ailing.

Antonyms:
energetic, strong, invigorated, energized, inured, hearty, fortified, mighty, virile, brilliant, red-blooded, sound, able-bodied, stalwart, daring, hardy, tough, clear, vitalized, healthy, strengthened, husky, brawny, powerful, beefy, strapping, capable, convalescing, conspicuous, fresh, recuperating, lusty, stout, hale, recovering, sinewy, athletic, bright, muscular, robust, sturdy, toughened, competent, resolute, hardened, hard, vigorous, fit, rugged.

Examples of usage:

1) By four o'clock the feeble light made it dangerous to proceed. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

2) The light was already feeble. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

3) Under the circumstances he would naturally have put his name to any paper placed under his feeble eyes. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

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