nonweakness

weakness

[week-nis]
noun
1.
the state or quality of being weak; lack of strength, firmness, vigor, or the like; feebleness.
2.
an inadequate or defective quality, as in a person's character; slight fault or defect: to show great sympathy for human weaknesses.
3.
a self-indulgent liking or special fondness, as for a particular thing: I've always had a weakness for the opera.
4.
an object of special desire; something very difficult to resist: Chocolates were her weakness.

Origin:
1250–1300; Middle English weikenes. See weak, -ness

nonweakness, noun


1. fragility. 2. flaw. See fault. 3. penchant, passion, hunger, appetite.


1. strength.
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weakness (ˈwiːknɪs)
 
n
1.  the state or quality of being weak
2.  a deficiency or failing, as in a person's character
3.  a self-indulgent fondness or liking: a weakness for chocolates

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