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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MARTIN CANNING has warned there is no place for weak-minded players who let their emotions cloud their vision in the heat of Hamilton's relegation battle.
Only the very weak-minded refuse to be influenced by literature and poetry.
An assistant, employed solely to come to the aid of the weak-minded, showed me, to my public chagrin, how I was doing it wrong.
It's just a ploy to try and convince weak-minded people to do her pro-EU bidding.
Bassett argues: "We got criticised by the media and weak-minded opposition, hounded and accused of betraying football.
Those who parted with cash are weak-minded, soundbite-manipulated souls who gush saltwater over images of hollow-eyed, jaundiced individuals and the accompanying saccharine prose.
Clearly, students know that the presidency is no place for the weak-minded, the inexperienced, or the corrupt," Miriam adds.
Clearly, students know the presidency is no place for the weak-minded, the inexperienced or the corrupt.
Of course, nobody will volunteer to participate in the defensive wall, but it is good preelection warm-up and patriotic propaganda which we will easily digest as we do with other weak-minded idea.
At first glance, you may accuse them of just being weak-minded and somewhat silly, but delve deeper and it's clear that they simply can't control their behaviour - and that they desperately want to.
Such "anything goes" attitudes have resulted in extreme right wing parties, racist parties, being given platforms to spout their hate-filled propaganda that is lapped-up by the weak-minded.
Inevitability is a weak-minded shortcut, a comfortable despair.