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
Davies, who poked fun at himself with the nickname bestowed on him because of his boyish looks and diminutive frame, was no 155-pound weakling against the juggernaut Dodgers, who already have 91 victories.
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.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Is the United States the 98-pound weakling of global trade?
After absorbing an array of blows from powers like the Los Angeles Dodgers to weaklings like the San Diego Padres, the Cubs enter the final day of May with the sobering reality of a sub .500 record.
Coming off an historically bad year and a series of miserable starts, the Twins, for one day at least, morphed from 98-pound weaklings to heroes of the beach.
My little weakling account (@rjallain) just has over 500 followers (notice no K).
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: a weak person
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