What phenomenal feeble-mindedness
!" exclaimed Ferdishenko.
His very silence at the trial spoke eloquently not of inarticulateness or feeble-mindedness
, but of a would-be martyr's cold-eyed calculation.
In particular, this is so in English: mental affection, disease, illness, disorder, alienation, handicap, disability, deficiency; unsoundness of mind, illness of mind, feeble-mindedness
< feeble-minded, weakness of mind, intellectual impairment, etc.
Official records indicate Sato was sterilised because of a diagnosis of "hereditary feeble-mindedness
in Canada: A Serious National Problem.
Ben-Itzak's stupendous feeble-mindedness
, I think a Yo Mama joke-off is in order.
This one was an 'incidental mortality' caused by fishing on a huge scale, development projects and 'a general inertia and feeble-mindedness
on the part of conservation organisations'.
In the years leading up to the passage of Alberta's Sexual Sterilization Act "scientific" links between feeble-mindedness
and social problems were being made by the experts; at the same time media reports contributed to the spreading belief that the province was being overrun by defectives.
Was she forced to do so by state officials who, fearful that feeble-mindedness
might be genetic, wanted to keep a close eye on Gary Paul's siblings?
One doesn't have to wonder too hard what the Post would say about the First Amendment if the government, in an effort to balance the rights of readers with a campaign against the spread of feeble-mindedness
, decided it would shut down the newspaper.
It assumes an extreme feeble-mindedness
of people since every time a new group becomes more numerous, each person joins this group.