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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishweaklingweak‧ling /ˈwiːk-lɪŋ/ noun [countable]  WEAKsomeone who is not physically strong
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weaklingHe advised her badly, and she married a weakling.She married a weakling who turned into a bankrupt, and in helping save her husband she bankrupted her uncle.Her own father had been as much of a weakling as her husband subsequently became.Violence disenfranchises all weaklings, including children, old people-and women.Of course, there had to be the barrack weakling.We wheedled the book ourselves out of that gullible weakling Fleming over at Dull.An older historiographical tradition depicted Louis as an impulsive weakling, at the mercy of his overbearing wife.She despised the weakling sentiments of Ewan Famber.Most of the kids were weaklings and were frightened of getting in a fight.
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