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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishweak-willedˌweak-ˈwilled adjective  DECIDEsomeone who is weak-willed does not do something difficult that they had intended to do opp strong-willed
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weak-willedCall me a weak-willed sentimentalist, but I liked it damn it, I liked it!He had four children, two parents, and a weak-willed sister.It was not a step for a weak-willed woman to take.
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