Weak-hearted

Weak´-heart`ed


a.1.Having little courage; of feeble spirit; dispirited; faint-hearted.
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The couple realise that being farmers is not for the weak-hearted. However, they decide to stay on at the farm and give it their all.
Brit actor Jonathan Pryce plays her weak-hearted, ill-tempered narcissistic husband and they're accompanied by Max Irons as their adult son as they move from luxury cars to cafes and hotels.
Brit actor Jonathan Pryce plays her weak-hearted, ill-tempered narcissistic husband and they're accompanied by Max Irons as their surly adult son as they move from luxury cars to cafes and hotels.
Maybe the people who are saying this are weak-hearted. Such things will only spread superstition among people," said Congress leader Dheeraj Gurjar.
We all like a bit of magic, but when that magic involves some mentalist action that promises to play with your mind, the magic performed may not be for the weak-hearted.
Not one for the weak-hearted, fans should find this slick adaptation suitably grisly.
"We were surprised of late, and with all sorrow, by a phenomenon that is strange to our community and values -- large amounts of stolen goods that some weak-hearted people are trying to sell," said the statement, issued late Sunday by the Druze spiritual authority for the town.
The trailer and posters of the Season 7 indicate that the final ten-episodes are not for the weak-hearted. There is the mark of blood on each six minimalist posters released on Facebook.
"Weak-hearted people take these issues very seriously and get influenced," says Hariri.
It wasn't for the weak-hearted. The waves were so high and aggressive it felt like the boat was going everywhere, it must have been close to getting cancelled.
Gilani termed those as weak-hearted who had left the PPP, and said it was good as such people could damage the party at the time of election.
The moving production of Giselle is a romantic full-length classical ballet following Army Officer Albert's seduction of the weak-hearted Giselle.