How To Use Feebleminded In A Sentence

  • One may suspect that the approval partly stems from the politicians' feebleminded attempts to ‘improve’ the public school system through endless testing.
  • Maybe this is a true democracy, since politicians do respond to the feebleminded demands of their constituencies.
  • This always can perceive my feebleminded bar.
  • Let us be frank: nobody except the truly feebleminded has ever, once, drawn a second's pleasure from going into a pub and hearing live music.
  • She was sterilised at Virginia Colony for Epileptics and Feebleminded in 1957 after having twin boys out of wedlock.

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