weak-willed


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weak-willed

adj
lacking strength of will
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weak-willed

adjective irresolute, soft, feeble, indecisive, infirm, spineless, wimpish (informal), weak-kneed (informal), feeble-minded, namby-pamby, weak-minded, wussy (slang) He is too weak-willed to stop smoking.
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weak-willed

[ˈwiːkˈwɪld] ADJsin voluntad, indeciso

weak-willed

weak-willed

[ˌwiːkˈwɪld] adjdebole
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