weak-minded


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weak-minded

1. lacking in stability of mind or character
2. another word for feeble-minded
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The former BBC man is down on his own luck, but his traditional view of 'human interest' cases like Philomena' s is that they're 'a euphemism for stories about weak-minded, ignorant people'.
tics in support "Human interest stories are a euphemism for stories about weak-minded, ignorant people," he sneers when given the assignment.
WITH regards to that fiasco that was the meeting of minds of those so-called leaders of the EU, all I could make of it was that it had nothing to do with saving the euro, but it was about Germany saving its place at the top and bossing all the other weak-minded leaders in the eurozone.
The Panic Room actress says that Edward is weak-minded and doesn't think they can overcome the odds against them, but Bella has faith in their relationship.
Such instigation was accepted by some weak-minded people who thought their actions will pass without a firm stand against whoever surrenders his will to the instructions and orders of foreign entities that seek to extend an influence outside their narrow circle.
Kuwaiti market, urging them to fight weak-minded sellers who try to exploit
It invites us, however, to encounter God in the midst of inexplicably hellish conditions--and belies the callous image of a detached, sadistic deity that weak-minded men like Robertson preach in the name of Christianity.
When is there an end to weak-minded people not treating or thinking of other people as human?
I particularly enjoy the large cast of "bad" characters: selfish and philandering Willoughby, "coldhearted" and weak-minded John Dashwood, greedy and mean-spirited Fanny Dashwood, prideful Mrs.
I've always tried to, but sometimes things get the better of you and I'm a little weak-minded in certain areas.
Sometimes these clerks are weak-minded and they receive bribes.
A quick course in power lunching then saw the gang debate whether French onion soup is more macho than minestrone (it isn't) and if eating salmon en croute means you're a weak-minded fool (it does).