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weak

1. lacking in political or strategic strength
2. (of a syllable) not accented or stressed
3. (of a fuel-air mixture) containing a relatively low proportion of fuel
4. Photog having low density or contrast; thin
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A weakish yen has undermined Asian currencies and economies, hence hitting commodity prices, especially those of base metals.
He then had little chance from a wide draw at Goodwood but looks to have found a fairly weakish race and he looks the part.
Henry Cecil's enthusiasm is hard to ignore and the finishing speed shown over shorter distances could be decisive against Duke Of Marmalade, who has won two weakish Group 1s.
He may not go on to emulate Peter Chapple-Hyam's superstar but he could be good enough to land this weakish looking renewal.
This Un Desperado gelding proved too strong for 16 rivals over course and distance last time and ought to follow up in a weakish race for the in-form Howard Johnson and Paddy Brennan combination.
As a result of her recent victory, she must defy a penalty in the European Breeders' Fund/Thoroughbred Breeders' Association Mares' Only Novices' Chase at Exeter but looks more than up to the task in a weakish event.
He is big and strong - his positional play is weakish for this position.
Two up and two to play was not a sinecure after Els's weakish three-wood down the 35th.
If you can't beat them, join them and, given how good Acapulco was in the Queen Mary, I think an Americantrained runner will win what looks a weakish Albany Stakes (2.