feebler/ˈfiːbəlɚ/; feeblest/ˈfiːbələst/ feebler/ˈfiːbəlɚ/; feeblest/ˈfiːbələst/
Learner's definition of FEEBLE
[also more feeble; most feeble]
1 : very weak
a feeble old man
She's still feeble from her long illness.
We heard a feeble cry for help.
Business is suffering because of the feeble economy.
2 : not good enough: not successful or effective
a feeble joke
He made a feeble attempt/effort to explain his behavior.
He offered a feeble excuse for his behavior.
“Dislike” is too feeble a word for how she feels about him.