feeble-minded

[fee-buhl-mahyn-did]
adjective
1.
lacking the normal mental powers.
2.
Medicine/Medical. (no longer in technical use) mentally deficient.
3.
stupid or foolish; not sensible: feeble-minded remarks.
4.
Archaic. lacking firmness of mind; indecisive.

Origin:
1525–35

feeble-mindedly, adverb
feeble-mindedness, noun
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feeble-minded
 
adj
1.  lacking in intelligence; stupid
2.  mentally defective
3.  lacking decision; irresolute
 
feeble-'mindedly
 
adv
 
feeble-'mindedness
 
n

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Trying to get other people to consume more good energy so that you can consume more bad energy is feeble-minded.
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