Meaning of Weak: liable to break under pressure
Comparative and Superlative Degree of Weak
Comparative degree of Weak is weaker, superlative degree of Weak is weakest.
Examples Using Positive Degree Of Weak:
- The weak breeze rustled the leaves gently.
- Her voice sounded weak after a long day.
- The weak coffee barely had any flavor.
- He felt weak after running a marathon.
- The bridge swayed in the weak wind.
- The weak signal made the call drop repeatedly.
- The weak light barely illuminated the room.
- She had a weak grip on the handlebars.
- The argument’s logic was weak and easily refuted.
- His weak muscles struggled to lift the heavy box.
Example Using Comparative Degree Of Weak:
- His performance was weaker than last time.
- The signal became even weaker as we moved further.
- The coffee tasted weaker with less milk.
- Her voice grew weaker as she caught a cold.
- The bridge is weaker now due to corrosion.
- The storm’s intensity was weaker than expected.
- The team’s defense was weaker in the second half.
- His grip on the barbell was weaker than usual.
- The argument’s counterpoints were weaker and unconvincing.
- His weaker muscles struggled more with the weight.
Example Using Superlative Degree Of Weak:
- This is the weakest wind I’ve ever felt.
- Her voice was the weakest in the choir.
- The coffee tasted like the weakest brew ever made.
- He felt the weakest after a week of illness.
- The bridge’s foundation is the weakest in the area.
- The signal is the weakest in remote areas.
- The flashlight provided the weakest beam of light.
- She had the weakest grip among the competitors.
- The argument’s evidence was the weakest presented.
- His weakest muscles gave out under pressure.
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Last updated on June 14th, 2023 at 05:12 am