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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."