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.
gap, imperfection, sin, the vapors, help, defenselessness, vulnerability, insubstantiality, defect, indecision, weakliness, taste, virtue, instability, unsubstantiality, preference, epicurean, dereliction, overindulge, disturbance, lapse, inclination, fragileness, invalidity, shortcoming, senility, fun-loving, flaw, delicacy, strength, strong, foible, partiality, fondness, Achilles' heel, femininity, appetite, demerit, asthenia, hunger, wimpishness, helplessness, sybaritic, puniness, bent, wimpiness, extravagance, tendency, relish, good, self-indulgence, flunk, delicateness, dizziness, for fun, want, liking, prostration, decadence, lowness, better, impuissance, enervation, enfeeblement, languidness, unsoundness, like, weak point, vice, indulgence, languor, failing, wishy-washiness, deficiency, fault
impotence (part of speech: noun)
irresolution (part of speech: noun)
impulsiveness, vacillation, changeability, insipidity, indecisiveness, unsureness, hesitance, double-mindedness, uncertainty, ambivalence, spinelessness, irresolution, shyness, capriciousness, yellowness, volatility, tentativeness, wateriness, shiftiness, halfheartedness, fickleness, unwillingness, inconsistency
feebleness (part of speech: noun)
tastelessness (part of speech: noun)
weariness (part of speech: noun)
weakness (part of speech: noun)
- I know Fred, I know his weakness. - "Bedside Manner", William Morrison.
- Everybody had been so used to Bess's weakness, and they thought that the end would be a great relief. - "In Wild Rose Time", Amanda M. Douglas.
- What the common people of society think about strength and weakness, is poor stuff, like the rest of their wisdom. - "Donal Grant", George MacDonald.