weak-minded

[week-mahyn-did]
adjective
1.
having or showing a lack of mental firmness; irresolute; vacillating.
2.
having or showing mental feebleness; foolish.

Origin:
1775–85

weak-mindedly, adverb
weak-mindedness, noun
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weak-minded
 
adj
1.  lacking in stability of mind or character
2.  another word for feeble-minded
 
weak-'mindedly
 
adv
 
weak-'mindedness
 
n

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Example sentences
The implication that only weak-minded and weak-willed people need medication for their mental problems is unfair and untrue.
Religion is a business that makes a substantial profit preying on the fear of weak-minded individuals.
Remember, dogs can sense weakness from those who are perceived to be weak-minded.
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