- In a feeble manner.
Variant of feeble
weak; not strong; specif.,
- infirm: a feeble old man
- without force or effectiveness: a feeble light, a feeble attempt
- easily broken; frail: a feeble barrier
Origin of feebleMiddle English feble ; from Old French faible, feble ; from Classical Latin flebilis, to be wept over ; from flere, to weep ; from Indo-European base an unverified form bhlē-, to howl from source bleat, blare