feeble-minded


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Synonyms for feeble-minded

having only a limited ability to learn and understand

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Cunegonde, the feeble-minded sister of the baby's father, a German Catholic journeyman labourer, burst into the Vaals Reformed Church as her Calvinist sister-in-law's baby boy was about to be baptized.
How could I be so careless, so feeble-minded, so dumb?
Every Tory insult drove Scots into the arms of Queen Nicola and persuaded a few feeble-minded English voters to have doubts about Labour if Miliband might need SNP support in Parliament.
It can only promote hatred, fear and violence among those who are feeble-minded enough to be influenced by its false principles.
For every time I said Justice would get menstrual cramps and Love was a feeble-minded man in the autumn of his age with erectile dysfunction
society allows the diseased, the racially negligent, the thriftless, the careless, the feeble-minded, the lowest and very worst members of the community, to produce innumerable tens of thousands of stunted, warped and inferior infants.
The petition quoted Erdoy-an as referring to the protesters as "rapists, vandals, barbarians, feeble-minded and traitors.
It implies that Miliband is in some way deformed or inadequate, which he is not, and suggests to the many politically feeble-minded that he is unt to lead.
I decided some years ago to focus on the positives and ignore things like cynicism, sarcasm, bitterness and vandalizing the minds of passing strangers based on appearances, which can be very telling if you have ever read Sherlock Holmes or know anything about feeble-minded neuroses.
Bell's mother, in fact, was a prostitute, but not feeble-minded.
He advocated exterminating feeble-minded children in gas chambers.
He added that the government seeks to mobilize national resources to combat state corruption that has mushroomed at state institutions, indicating that crises "create a lot of feeble-minded people who contribute to spreading corruption.
But there's a fancy dress party to go to and Niamh - the wild-eyed, feeble-minded one (played by Kat Reagan) has organised all the costumes.
SIR - I have noticed with disgust the work of some feeble-minded person who seems to take a delight in chalking walls with the names of individuals and classifying them as "Army dodgers", "cowards", etc.