FEE'BLE, adjective [I know not the origin of the first syllable.]
1. Weak; destitute of much physical strength; as, infants are feeble at their birth.
2. Infirm; sickly; debilitated by disease.
3. Debilitated by age or decline of life.
4. Not full or loud; as a feeble voice or sound.
5. Wanting force or vigor; as feeble efforts.
6. Not bright or strong; faint; imperfect; as feeble light; feeble colors.
7. Not strong or vigorous; as feeble powers of mind.
8. Not vehement or rapid; slow; as feeble motion.
FEE'BLE, verb transitive To weaken. [Not used. See Enfeeble.]