Deficient in physical strength; weak; infirm; debilitated. (adjective)
Lacking force, vigor, or efficiency in action or expression; faint. (adjective)
To make feeble; to enfeeble. (verb)
Examples of word feeble
Morons, who correspond to the common acceptation of the term feeble-minded, "can under proper direction become more or less self-supporting but they are as a rule incapable of undertaking affairs which demand judgment or involve unrestricted competition with normal individuals.
My argument is simple: without a serious and bold policy for eliminating unemployment, all of the proposed measures to address women's economic challenges, or those of any other group for that matter, will remain feeble attempts to deal with serious problems.
There were many hereditary inefficients -- men and women who were not weak enough to be confined in feeble-minded homes, but who were not strong enough to be ought else than hewers of wood and drawers of water.
President Barack Obama has drawn fire for his failure to win passage of domestic climate legislation and what is often described as the feeble U.S. pledge to reduce carbon emissions 17 percent by 2020 from 2005 levels.
I am sorry N, but the idea of clobbering you because you are feeble is just a distraction.