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Spell check of feeble

Correct spelling: feeble

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.

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.