Definition of "feeble-mindedness" [fee•ble-mind•ed•ness]
The quality of being feeble-minded (noun)
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Use "feeble-mindedness" in a sentence
"They ignored poverty, disease, under-nutrition, ignorance and other problems that its proponents linked to "feeble-mindedness" or "criminality" among the poor."
"They wrote up elaborate case studies of individuals they deemed defective, and carefully catalogued their extended families, using these pedigree studies to demonstrate how promiscuity, laziness, criminality, pauperism, and feeble-mindedness ran in the family."
"Once the Democratic nomination is wrapped up by Obama and America's focus shifts to McCain, his feeble-mindedness and senility will be exposed."