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Spell check of weak

Correct spelling: weak

Synonyms:
jejune, inaudible, interpretative, puny, powerless, prohibitive, unconvincing, paralyzed, irresponsible, muffled, milk-and-water, conceptual, precarious, flitting, incapable, ergative, tentative, inconceivable, unwilling, lame, overcome, absolutist, vague, forceless, woebegone, handicapped, depth, flea-bitten, backward, pale, effeminate, assonance, exclusive, under control, abstemious, fuzzy, vulnerable, indecisive, depressed, watery, unsure, shoddy, adynamic, restrictive, slight, loud, bankable, change, bilabial, mild, popular, halfhearted, imperfect, swooning, faltering, central, exhausted, drinkable, blue, limiting, wayworn, healthy, intransitive, limp, craggy, unorganized, metaphysical, feeble, likely, tottery, lightsome, sickly, effervescent, absolute, vacillating, terrible, shifty, anemic, jerry-built, bored, burning, rachitic, easy, federal, engulfed, uncertain, democratic, double-minded, namby-pamby, spineless, basic, prostrate, makeshift, softened, flooded, run-down, insipid, inconspicuous, frazzled, plain, limp-wristed, low, reeking, closed syllable, characterless, irresolute, fragile, corked, sleepy, impulsive, hamstrung, rotten, flabby, alveolar, scant, erratic, unstrung, tumbledown, economically, effete, fatigued, deep, disabled, governmental, dry, bicameral, collectivist, doddering, invalid, tripping, low-powered, swamped, guest, bleached, soft, worn down, changeable, autonomous, weary, short, nerveless, regular, high and dry, alcoholic, off-screen, wobbly, trained, brittle, unreasonable, watered-down, indistinct, buoyant, unstable, ill-defined, incredible, disgraceful, fine, diluted, limited, languid, vapid, capricious, thinned, strong, close vowel, illegitimate, incompetent, specific, immature, overpowered, colonialist, all-star, embarrassing, anaemic, human, unresolved, full-bodied, small, shilly-shally, good-looking, slack, tottering, listless, deflationary, shadowy, causative, flavorless, fickle, continuous, thin, decrepit, wearied, finite, deep-seated, trying, senile, wispy, apathetic, ramshackle, ineffective, improbable, dilute, irrational, uphill, rickety, savorless, dull, handcuffed, green, deterministic, acutely, wan, poor, palsied, black, purposeless, waterish, debile, wakeful, full-face, incapacitated, helpless, promiscuous, weakly, restricted, light, fainthearted, flat, friable, future, idle, lax, unbelievable, paltry, half-hearted, affricate, washed-out, wet, nonrational, insubstantial, governing, low-cal, toilsome, breakaway, sluttish, directionless, economic, implausible, whispered, incomplete, volatile, wonky, sapless, hesitant, dillydallying, inundated, ambivalent, calorie-free, enervated, fallible, sleazy, atonic, nonconformist, active, worn-out, wimpy, bland, ineffectual, bitter, shy, decaffeinated, imperative, undecided, shaky, nervous, worn, light-colored, weakling, timid, tenuous, antigrowth, consonant, low-grade, ability, flimsy, derelict, tired, yellow, crumbly, pitiful, carbonated, wimpish, malnourished, prostrated, chiseled, dire, loose, faint-hearted, invisible, asthenic, unreasoning, furrowed, droopy, experienced, courageous, fallacious, impersonal, bullish, unsteady, lame-duck, light-headed, fresh, faint, exposed, infirm, inconsistent, sick, live, undisciplined, assailable, enfeebled, debut, sapped, down-and-out, tender, wanton, washy, banal, ailing, shrinking, unstressed, frail, unaccented, tasteless, second-rate, milquetoast, expert, impotent, debilitated, weak-minded, weakened, brave, aspirate, bad, orthodox, insecure, fresh-faced, unsubstantial, imperceptible, fly-by-night, unforceful, baby-faced, inconsequential, abstract, subtle, faded, invertebrate, weak-willed, cheerless, clean, utopian, delicate, dim, wasted, over-weary, footsore, unsavory, unsound, blurred, untrained, weak-kneed, flaccid, evergreen, raw, drowsy, unconceivable, stale, gutless, interpretive, blind, handsome, susceptible, young, breakable, casual, theoretical, lite, aggregate, lightheaded, overwhelmed, wishy-washy, clear, undependable, impuissant, unclouded, hatchet-faced, inconsequent, affective, inadequate, pallid, capitalist, aspiration, creaky.

Antonyms:
full-bodied, undiluted, strapping, valid, backboned, satisfying, reasoned, forceful, enlightened, reasonable, brilliant, beefed-up, husky, sober, brawny, organized, recuperating, mettlesome, important, beardown, sure, beefy, justified, robust, conspicuous, tyrannical, well-knit, evaporated, credible, resolute, hard, powerful, magisterial, knock-down, smart, stressed, energetic, ethical, corroborated, weapons-grade, competent, established, ironlike, mighty, imperceptible, capable, irregular, virile, informed, high-level, muscular, commonsense, unrelenting, firm, knockout, rich, top, potent, able, enriched, toughened, severe, sinewy, hefty, despotic, up, sane, fit, effective, stalwart, rugged, able-bodied, hearty, well-founded, convalescing, moral, major, bullnecked, healthy, vitalized, senior, right, principled, condensed, red-blooded, stouthearted, logical, rational, energized, cogent, confirmed, persuasive, wise, infallible, demonstrated, fresh, inured, reinforced, validated, solid, stiff, certain, unperceivable, recovering, authoritarian, sensible, substantiated, dictatorial, true, autocratic, good, stout, just, bullocky, dominant, puissant, noticeable, daring, courageous, tough, accented, compelling, well-grounded, hardy, hale, efficient, bright, strong, plausible, clear, invigorated, significant, hardened, well-set, sturdy, righteous, determined, skilled, sound, industrial-strength, convincing, lusty, strengthened, virtuous, concentrated, vehement, fortified, dynamic, ordered, athletic, nonhuman, upright, vigorous.

Examples of usage:

1) If our own will is too weak, Christ's will is always mighty. - "The Expositor's Bible: The Gospel of St. John, Vol. I", Marcus Dods.

2) He was weak and nervous. - "My Lady of the Chimney Corner", Alexander Irvine.

3) How are the weak ever made strong? - "The Eye of Dread", Payne Erskine.

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