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Definition of "weak-hearted" [weak•-heart•ed]

  • Having little courage; of feeble spirit; dispirited; faint-hearted. (adjective)

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

Use "weak-hearted" in a sentence
  • "She smiled before saying,“You sell any Bibles in there, Holy Man, weak-hearted boy?”"
  • "Could it be said that the people across the region in general became weak-hearted, lost faith and courage and were left to wander in distraction for this period?"
  • "But they abused their position and became weak-hearted after Moses led them away from the bondage of Pharaoh towards Mount Sinai."