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superl.
Not strong of constitution; infirm; feeble; as, a weakly woman; a man of a weakly constitution.
a.
Having a weak mind, either naturally or by reason of disease; feebleminded; foolish; idiotic.
n.
The quality or state of being weak; want of strength or firmness; lack of vigor; want of resolution or of moral strength; feebleness.
n.
That which is a mark of lack of strength or resolution; a fault; a defect.
n.
The mark of a stripe. See Wale.
v. t.
To mark with stripes. See Wale.
adv.
A sound, healthy, or prosperous state of a person or thing; prosperity; happiness; welfare.
adv.
The body politic; the state; common wealth.
v. t.
To promote the weal of; to cause to be prosperous.
a.
Balanced or considered with reference to public weal.
n.
A wood or forest; a wooded land or region; also, an open country; -- often used in place names.
a.
Of or pertaining to the lowest division of the Cretaceous formation in England and on the Continent, which overlies the Oolitic series.
n.
The Wealden group or strata.
a.
Of or pertaining to a weald, esp. to the weald in the county of Kent, England.
a.
Weleful.
pl.
of Wealsman
n.
A statesman; a politician.
n.
Weal; welfare; prosperity; good.
n.
Large possessions; a comparative abundance of things which are objects of human desire; esp., abundance of worldly estate; affluence; opulence; riches.
a.
Full of wealth; wealthy; prosperous.

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