And the weak economic recovery makes this hard task even harder in other deficit countries like the U.K.
Batman is still the biggest break I ever had, and it completely changed my career, even if it was weak and I was weak in it.
Japan, France, Germany, and Italy all worry about a weak dollar.
Their very existence makes your spirit soar even as their weak, leaderless structure causes it to sink.
weak oversight, inadequate contractors and flawed procurement procedures are potential trouble spots, he said in an interview.
His face was pale; his cheeks were sunken; his limbs were weak and trembling.
My hope is weak that I shall ever again see you, yet it is possible.
Father, our sex is called timid and weak; believe it no more!
Also, as a rule, he was weak enough to accept a gift when the stranger parted.
To suppose that the weak must prevail because it was weak was sheer sentimentality.
c.1300, from Old Norse veikr "weak," cognate with Old English wac "weak, pliant, soft," from Proto-Germanic *waikwaz "yield," *wikanan "bend" (cf. Old Saxon wek, Swedish vek, Middle Dutch weec, Dutch week "weak, soft, tender," Old High German weih "yielding, soft," German weich "soft," from PIE root *weik- "to bend, wind" (see vicarious). Sense of "lacking authority" is first recorded early 15c.; that of "lacking moral strength" late 14c. Weak-kneed "wanting in resolve" is from 1870.