Examples of weakling in a Sentence
he had been a weakling until high school, when he started working out to put on muscle
only a weakling would be willing to lie to save himself from punishment
Recent Examples of weakling from the Web
The region is an economic weakling dependent on oil.
Mr Gandhi, who until recently was widely regarded as a political weakling, has begun offering a steady barrage of acerbic barbs, to growing effect.
The Drusilla, soprano Anna Dennis, was an absolute delight, partnered with countertenor Carlo Vistoli as her weakling lover Ottone.
Sitting in the back of the classroom full of kids a quarter his age, Jay kvetches about how Odysseus is a lying adulterer, Telemachus an obedient weakling, and Homer simply wrong about love, war and justice.
Paul Hebron as father James, ruined by success, terrified of poverty, is both a brilliant man and a weakling.
And the surrender or war over Korea that may follow will be but one part, however distressing or bloody, of the price this country will pay for a government administered by moral weaklings and lickspittles.
Maxim Paster’s weakling Sinovy, Andrei Popov’s exuberant Peasant and the rest of the cast made a flawless ensemble, powerfully supported by the orchestra and chorus.
Just breaking a 32-year-old record in itself would help the Royals look less like the 98-pound weakling of Major League Baseball, in which no other team record-holder has hit fewer than 40.
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