My abs, aesthetically my weakest feature, no longer made me nervous.
Instead, she said it was simply because she thought Obama would be the weakest Democrat to run against McCain.
Fresno, Modesto, and Merced have among the weakest employment numbers in the nation.
As sinister and well-resourced as it is, it may be the weakest link in the chain.
“This is the weakest creature that walks the face of the earth: people,” Bar-Zohar says.
Of the whole fleet, only one vessel, called the weakest of all, reached Spain.
The weakest of creatures—my feelings are touched in a moment.'
Giotto represents this vice under the same symbol; but it is the weakest of all the figures in the Arena Chapel.
Many of the noblest specimens of the human race have been among the weakest physically.
Curiously enough, the weakest illustrations under the rgime he inaugurated so happily are those by the editor himself.
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.