Definitions and Examples of feeble, weak, frail
Learn when and how to use these words with these examples!
Lacking physical strength or energy; weak.
The old man's voice was feeble and barely audible.
Lacking physical strength or energy; not strong.
She felt weak after running for an hour without stopping.
Physically weak and delicate; easily broken or damaged.
The frail old woman needed help walking up the stairs.
Key Differences: feeble vs weak vs frail
- 1Feeble implies a lack of physical strength or energy.
- 2Weak suggests a lack of strength or power in general.
- 3Frail describes someone or something that is physically weak and delicate.
Effective Usage of feeble, weak, frail
- 1Healthcare: Use these antonyms to describe the physical condition of patients.
- 2Sports: Use these antonyms to describe the performance of athletes.
- 3Everyday Life: Use these antonyms to describe objects or people that lack strength or power.
The antonyms of nonfeeble are feeble, weak, and frail. These words describe a lack of strength, energy, or power. Use them in healthcare, sports, or everyday life to describe physical conditions, athletic performance, or objects and people that lack strength or power.