Synonyms for Weak:


cowardly (adjective)
impotent, indecisive, ineffectual, insecure, nerveless, nervous, palsied, shrinking, soft, spineless, unstable, unsure, vacillating, wimpy, wishy-washy.
deficient (adjective)
deficient, feeble (adjective)
flabby, green, handicapped, immature, implausible, improbable, inadequate, incompetent, incomplete, inconceivable, incredible, ineffective, lame, limited, raw, unbelievable, unconvincing, untrained.
dilute (adjective)
diluted (adjective)
thin, watered-down.
disabled (adjective)
enervated (adjective)
enervated, limp.
exposed, vulnerable (adjective)
assailable, helpless.
faint, soft (adjective)
dull, imperceptible, inaudible, low, muffled, pale, poor, slight, small, thin, unaccented, unstressed, whispered.
feckless (adjective)
feeble (adjective)
ailing, debilitated, decrepit, doddering, faint, feeble, flimsy, fragile, frail, infirm, powerless, rickety, sickly, soft, run down.
foolish (adjective)
helpless (adjective)
impotent (adjective)
disabled, impotent, inadequate, incapable, incompetent, feeble, forceless, powerless.
irresolute (adjective)
ambivalent, capricious, changeable, erratic, fickle, fly-by-night, halfhearted, hesitant, impulsive, inconsistent, indecisive, insipid, irresolute, irresponsible, shifty, shrinking, shy, spineless, tentative, uncertain, undecided, undependable, unresolved, unsure, unwilling, vacillating, volatile, watery, yellow, Flitting, Shilly-shally, dillydallying, double-minded, infirm.
not strong (adjective)
anemic, debilitated, decrepit, enervated, exhausted, faint, feeble, flaccid, flimsy, forceless, fragile, frail, hesitant, infirm, insubstantial, irresolute, limp, makeshift, powerless, puny, rickety, rotten, senile, sickly, uncertain, undependable, unsound, unsteady, unsubstantial, wasted, weakened, weakly.
soft (adjective)
tasteless (adjective)
banal, bland, flat, flavorless, jejune, mild, milquetoast, plain, savorless, stale, tasteless, unsavory, vapid, insipid.
tottery (adjective)
useless (adjective)
washy (adjective)
watered-down (adjective)
dilute, diluted, insipid, tasteless, washy, watery, Waterish.
weak (adjective)
anemic, impotent, debilitated, feeble, frail, infirm, powerless.
weary (adjective)
apathetic, blue, bored, cheerless, depressed, droopy, drowsy, exhausted, fatigued, flaccid, footsore, limp, listless, sleepy, tired, toilsome, trying, uphill, wasted, weary, worn-out, Wayworn, Frazzled, over-weary, debilitated, faint, feeble, run down.
wishy-washy (adjective)


absolute, absolutist, autonomous, bicameral, collectivist, colonialist, democratic, federal, flabby, governing, governmental, healthy, senile, sick, strong. abstract, brittle, central, conceptual, deterministic, makeshift, metaphysical, nonconformist, orthodox, popular, ramshackle, rotten, sleazy, theoretical, tottery, unsteady, unsubstantial, utopian, tumbledown. bad, brave, courageous, dire, disgraceful, embarrassing, low-grade, nervous, palsied, pitiful, poor, second-rate, terrible, unstrung, Weak-minded. active, causative, continuous, dull, future, imperative, impersonal, inaudible, intransitive, loud, low, muffled, whispered, ergative. acutely, affective, assailable, basic, bitter, blind, burning, casual, deep, deep-seated, depth, exposed, ineffective, ineffectual, limited, paltry, small, undisciplined, unorganized, untrained. affricate, alveolar, aspirate, aspiration, assonance, backward, bilabial, consonant, experienced, expert, fresh, green, handicapped, immature, incomplete, insecure, raw, trained, young, close vowel, closed syllable. aggregate, bullish, buoyant, capitalist, deflationary, economic, economically, insubstantial, unsound, antigrowth. alcoholic, black, carbonated, corked, drinkable, dry, effervescent, full-bodied, decaffeinated. bankable, change, debut, evergreen, guest, interpretative, interpretive, live, precarious, tottering, unstable, all-star, off-screen. ability, malnourished. baby-faced, chiseled, craggy, fine, full-face, furrowed, good-looking, handsome, Waterish, watered-down, fresh-faced, hatchet-faced. blurred, fuzzy, imperceptible, implausible, improbable, inconceivable, inconspicuous, incredible, invisible, likely, subtle, unbelievable, unconvincing, Unconceivable. breakable, crumbly, friable, delicately balanced. exclusive, finite, limiting, prohibitive, restricted, restrictive, specific, under control, within limits. directionless, gutless, lame duck, susceptible, weak-willed, be easily led. weak (noun)
adynamic, anaemic, anemic, asthenic, breakaway, debilitated, decrepit, dilute, diluted, effeminate, enervated, engulfed, faint, fallible, feeble, flaccid, flimsy, flooded, forceless, fragile, frail, helpless, human, imperfect, impotent, incapacitated, infirm, inundated, jerry-built, lame, lax, light, limp, low-powered, namby-pamby, nerveless, overcome, overpowered, overwhelmed, pale, pallid, powerless, puny, regular, sapless, shoddy, slack, slight, soft, spineless, swamped, tenuous, thin, unaccented, unforceful, unstressed, vulnerable, wan, washy, watery, weakened, weakly, wimpish, wimpy, wishy-washy.


disabled (verb)

Other synonyms:

crumbly, directionless, friable, ineffective, ramshackle, strong, unconvincing, Unconceivable, Waterish, watered-down. implausible, incredible, insecure, lame duck, rotten, tottering, tottery. brittle, improbable, inconceivable, poor, precarious, susceptible, unbelievable, unstable, unsteady, unsubstantial. ineffectual. dull. faint
assailable, vulnerable.
Other relevant words:
finite, ineffectual, insubstantial, lame, lax, light, low, pale, poor, puny, slack, slight, small, thin, unaccented, unsound, unstressed, unsubstantial, washy, weakly, wishy-washy, weak-willed.

Usage examples for weak

  1. He thought of how strong had been his influence over other women, and how weak he had always been in Helen's hands. – With Edge Tools by Hobart Chatfield-Taylor
  2. " I've been weak Alma; I don't deny it. – The Vertical City by Fannie Hurst
  3. She did not understand, and was not weak enough to ask questions. – Lodusky by Frances Hodgson Burnett