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Definition of weakness:

  1. That which is a mark of lack of strength or resolution; a fault; a defect.
  2. The quality or state of being weak; want of strength or firmness; lack of vigor; want of resolution or of moral strength; feebleness.

Synonyms:

femininity, enfeeblement, lapse, weak point, like, flunk, defenselessness, inclination, the vapors, partiality, want, preference, asthenia, indecision, fun-loving, foible, lowness, tendency, instability, puniness, strong, sybaritic, impuissance, defect, gap, dereliction, extravagance, relish, for fun, vice, good, fondness, help, wimpiness, indulgence, deficiency, sin, hunger, fragileness, overindulge, better, weakliness, languidness, strength, vulnerability, unsoundness, languor, helplessness, fault, delicateness, decadence, imperfection, fault, epicurean, unsubstantiality, appetite, flaw, wimpishness, shortcoming, self-indulgence, bent, virtue, failing, wishy-washiness, enervation, invalidity, disturbance, demerit, senility, insubstantiality, taste, Achilles' heel, prostration, liking, dizziness, delicacy.

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