weak-willed

[week-wild]
adjective
having or showing a want of firmness of will; easily swayed.

Origin:
1880–85

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weak-willed
 
adj
lacking strength of will

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Example sentences
Studies have shown physicians stereotype obese patients as lazy, ugly, weak-willed and sloppy.
His view was clear: only the weak-willed and pantywaist could not sell in a difficult market.
But the only complaints are light-hearted groans from weak-willed diners who shuffle up to the serving line for a second muffin.
Maintaining structural balance is not for the weak-willed.
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