How To Use Weakly In A Sentence

  • Most pseudocheirids have a strongly prehensile tail (weakly so in the great glider and rock ringtail).
  • To explicate this relation, Searle and Vanderveken define weak illocutionary commitment: S1 weakly illocutionarily implies S2 iff every performance of S1 commits an agent to meeting the conditions laid down in the septuple identical to S2 (1985, p. 24). Saving Prostitutes in Sevilla
  • Whereas SmHox8, SmHox1, and Smox1 were all strongly expressed in eggs and miracidia compared to other stages, SmHox1 was much more weakly expressed in all the other stages.
  • For example, acesulfame-K induces chromosomal aberrations; sucralose is associated with several effects in animals, is weakly mutagenic, and increases the glycosylated hemoglobin in diabetic patients.
  • And during frozen storage, the fish’s own enzymes also convert some TMA to DMA dimethylamine, which smells weakly of ammonia. On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen
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  • Soon after the Council St. Peter was at Antioch, and weakly "dissembled" by disguising his belief in the truth that the The Books of the New Testament
  • But there is something unsettling about watching grown men smile weakly as their mental and physical abilities are questioned. Times, Sunday Times
  • The electricians had contrived a catchment pool and a wheel in the torrent close at hand -- for the little Mulhausen dynamo with its turbinal volute used by the telegraphists was quite adaptable to water driving, and on the sixth day in the evening the apparatus was in working order and the Prince was calling -- weakly, indeed, but calling -- to his air-fleet across the empty spaces of the world. The War in the Air
  • Buntsandstein-Hauptbuntsandstein_ (900 ft.), the bulk [v. 04 p. 0802] of this subdivision is made up of weakly-cemented, coarse-grained sandstones, oblique lamination is very prevalent, and occasional conglomeratic beds make their appearance. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 4, Part 4 "Bulgaria" to "Calgary"
  • I curled my fingers into my palm and banged my fist weakly against the door.
  • The observant reader will have spotted the appearance above of the expression weakly stratified. Quine's New Foundations
  • He turned for the door and she leaned against the table weakly.
  • Slowly, weakly, he curled his arms back around her, his movements sluggish and uncaring.
  • Counting the more weakly focalizing zoom ins would have made the margin even greater.
  • A term weakly normalizes when it has an nf, whereas a term strongly normalizes when all its reduction sequences lead to an nf Combinatory Logic
  • He cries weakly, the effort clearly straining his feeble body.
  • Many everyday objects, including water and wood, are weakly diamagnetic - that is, they're repelled by magnetic fields.
  • She smiles weakly, which I did expect. Times, Sunday Times
  • They seem to you inert, flabby, weakly envious, foolishly obstinate, impiously mutinous, and many other things.
  • When for any reason it is necessary to put a small or weakly rooted plant or cutting, or a cutting that is just on the point of sending forth roots, in a pot that seems too large, _put it near the edge of the pot_, instead of in the middle. Gardening Indoors and Under Glass A Practical Guide to the Planting, Care and Propagation of House Plants, and to the Construction and Management of Hotbed, Coldframe and Small Greenhouse
  • A sword lanced his side and he stepped back, lashing out weakly. The Hawk Eternal
  • This one consideration, I say, well weighed and applied, will retund the edge and dint of all the Socinian assaults against this great article; whom I have still observed to assert boldly, when they conclude weakly, and in all their arguments to prove nothing more than this, that the greatest pretenders to, are not always the greatest masters of reason. Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions. Vol. III.
  • A 1998 study showed that pentacyclic alkaloids weakly activated human B- and T-lymphocytes, and that tetracyclic oxindole alkaloids reduced the activity of pentacyclic oxindoles.
  • Some pesticides, such as paraquat and glyphosate, bind very tightly, while others bind only weakly and are readily desorbed or released back into the soil solution.
  • The winner, in a 1998 Physical Review Letters article co-authored with his wife Dr Mirjana Golubovic, has identified this phase as the very first realization of a new state of matter: the sliding phase of weakly coupled two-dimensional smectics of DNA molecules sandwiched between lipid membranes, that themselves form a layered three-dimensional lamellar phase.
  • It was found chemically that cane sugar absorbs the elements of water and changes into a mixture of two different sugars, one being weakly dextrorotatory and the other strongly laevorotatory, hence the resultant is a rotation to the left. Wilhelm Ostwald - Nobel Lecture
  • Steve O'Shaughnessy weakly headed away a left wing cross to Lee Duxbury who powered a shot goalwards.
  • The blonde girl's left hand crept up to meet with his own, and their fingers weakly interlocked.
  • In summary, the cephalochordate affinity of Pikaia is at best only weakly indicated by the characters visible in fossils discovered so far. Down with phyla! (episode II) - The Panda's Thumb
  • And then he held out his hand and the old man took it and shook it weakly.
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  • The fluoroanions of aluminum, gallium, and indium are novel weakly coordinating anions which are are highly fluorinated.
  • He looked at the mess and smiled weakly.
  • Lateral slopes are weakly costate; the costae are diminished and almost invisible.
  • The anterior slope is long and straight to weakly convex, while the posterior slope is concave and more steeply inclined than that of N. hazeni.
  • They react only weakly to chemical reagents which produce strong dilation in the tongue, and while very slight mechanical irritation can cause some dilation, as a rule they contract when the excitation is stronger. August Krogh - Nobel Lecture
  • I waved the half-empty box weakly, and while his fingers lingered, his expression cleared.
  • For example, the weakly zygomorphic flower is scarlet, shows diurnal anthesis and has a backwardly curved labellum.
  • Job losses in manufacturing, especially automotive are rising weakly - bad/good bad for the economy but good for the environment and long term oil supplies as people are actually driving less - 3% so far, and sales of the biggest, thirstiest vehicles are falling like buffalo chased of a cliff. Archive 2008-07-20
  • Neutrinos are an example of a dark matter candidate we call a weakly interacting massive particle, or a WIMP. Archive 2009-01-01
  • The mineral is weakly magnetic.
  • The cuticle of juvenile stages is thin and weakly sclerotized, and sternal and tergal plates are barely recognizable in the light microscope.
  • She saw a flask hovering to one side and reached for it weakly, finding that it was already unstopped.
  • She heard the dull thump of someone knocking weakly on the door.
  • Particle physicists tend to think that dark matter could consist of supersymmetric particles that are very heavy but couple very weakly to the particles observed in accelerators now.
  • Another of the mouthlike openings around the edge of the arena opened, and one of the furry people shambled out, weaving weakly from side to side as he came, a spear in his scaled paws. Star Born
  • Between these circular fibers (the cricopharyngeal muscle) and the oblique fibers of the inferior constrictor muscle there is a weakly supported point through which the esophageal wall may herniate to form the so-called pulsion diverticulum. Bronchoscopy and Esophagoscopy A Manual of Peroral Endoscopy and Laryngeal Surgery
  • She kicked her feet weakly and tried to struggle free from his grasp.
  • “Very weakly, sir, since I took the electuary,” answered the patient; “it neighboured ill with the two spoonfuls of pease-porridge and the kirnmilk.” The Abbot
  • The outer lip is crenulated on its edge, and smooth or weakly denticulate on the inner side.
  • Nonrice isolates were generally avirulent or weakly pathogenic toward rice.
  • I asked weakly, clutching onto Katashi's arm underneath the table.
  • As his muzzle touched the water, his tongue lapped at it, his ears pricked up, and his eyes opened weakly.
  • ‘Well, I don't think she'll be hiding underneath the pool table,’ jokes Kiko weakly.
  • Currently, Shlesinger plays host on what she describes as a funny news show she created for the Web about two years ago called The Weakly News. The Lubbock Avalanche-Journal:Today's Headlines
  • He motioned weakly and she saw that his wrists were snugged into binders.
  • According to Jean Lilensten of the Laboratory of Planetology of Grenoble, France, the discovery of weakly polarized red light resulting from collisions with oxygen atoms at approximately 140 miles above the Earth's surface "opens a new field in planetology. New Field in Planetology Opened by Aurora Lights Finding
  • Lily smiles weakly and says we should give it a try. Times, Sunday Times
  • These include halomorphic soils around the Etosha Pan, weakly developed shallow soils of arid origin to the south, and soloetzic and planosolic soils, as well as arenosols, to the north. Angolan Mopane woodlands
  • He laughed weakly, leaning against the metal bar, trying to sound normal.
  • The ridge summit is usually worn along its length, but on UALVP 22646 and ROM 05624, much of it is unworn and seen to be weakly cuspidate, with up to three poorly developed cuspules or thickenings along the summit.
  • Yet, it points to a tendency - I'll put it as weakly as that - toward re-marketing tired conservative shibboleths as funky new contrarian understandings.
  • On unworn specimens, the serrated crest is highest at the third cusp and is often weakly sigmoid in dorsal view: the most labial cusp is the fourth or fifth, and the talonid curves more lingually.
  • Say, the Austrians 'medal count starts weakly in alpine skiing like it did this time. Sochi should consider changing the (Winter) Games
  • 28 _Peaching_. 4to 1698 weakly reads 'Preaching'.p. 201, l. 14 _glout_. 1724 'glour'.p. 202, l. The Works of Aphra Behn, Volume II
  • On the other hand, in the grey-pink argillaceous levels, fossils are much more better preserved, although slightly distorted or weakly diagenetically flattened.
  • I had my head lolled to one side, mouth open, eyes weakly blinking.
  • This water is so weakly-bound to the clay minerals that it turns to steam at low temperatures.
  • Raw gravels are colonized by mats of lichen Rhacomitrium; the youngest glacial moraines - some only 20 years old - have nitrogen-fixing shrubs and grasses and herbs growing on a weakly-developed soil; on moraines aged 150 years rata-kamahi forests up to 20 m high flourish. Te Wahipounamu (South-West New Zealand World Heritage Area), New Zealand
  • I hung the receiver back on the wall and leaned against the fridge weakly.
  • Her face was swallowed by the acceptance of her death; the tears had stopped running and she even smiled weakly at times.
  • This effect, however, is thought to be only weakly dependent on cholesterol concentration.
  • It was only a bronze head, weakly displayed in a pitiful museum. Times, Sunday Times
  • The best way was to try and encourage the weakly lamb to suck direct from the goat; if they couldn't manage this, then they would draw some warm milk off into a bottle, put on a rubber teat and feed the lamb that way.
  • Viewing episodes of television shows which discuss facts about specific contraceptive methods is associated, though weakly, with more accurate knowledge about those methods.
  • The mineral is weakly magnetic.
  • And indeed, why should he have thought this difficult? seeing the herb ethiopis opens all locks whatsoever, and an echinus or remora, a silly weakly fish, in spite of all the winds that blow from the thirty-two points of the compass, will in the midst of a hurricane make you the biggest first-rate remain stock still, as if she were becalmed or the blustering tribe had blown their last. Five books of the lives, heroic deeds and sayings of Gargantua and his son Pantagruel
  • I smile weakly at him but behind the cool countenance there is a rumbling tornado of anger, fear, denial, regret, devastation and a certain element of guilt.
  • The induna weakly shook his hand, clapped, and then rebundled his blanket. The Elephant's Secret Sense
  • Mulhausen dynamo with its turbinal volute used by the telegraphists was quite adaptable to water driving, and on the sixth day in the evening the apparatus was in working order and the Prince was calling — weakly, indeed, but calling — to his air-fleet across the empty spaces of the world. The War in the Air
  • The sample is a weakly foliated granulite formed of plagioclase, orthopyroxene, clinopyroxene and minor hornblende.
  • This surface is weakly convex and steepens rapidly forming a cone-like structure, or stem, which is approximately 60 Jim in diameter at the base of the cap and narrows slightly toward the stem base.
  • This may not be the case with weakly antigenic tumor antigens.
  • By comparison, the tetra-amine spermine only binds weakly to peptide carboxylate groups, and not to the a-helical conformation.
  • The question is, once it was airborne, was it just a glider, a weakly flapping flyer, or a strong flyer?
  • In what he apparently takes to be a telling criticism of Bloom's practice as a critic, Benjamin Balint remarks that "We might say that Harold Bloom is the Rashi of misreadings, a kind of contemporary sage who, due perhaps to the excesses of reading itself, himself misreads — sometimes forcefully, sometimes weakly. Principles of Literary Criticism
  • She smiled weakly and brushed a strand of hair from her face. The Sun
  • Candice gathered all of her strength and ducked under his arms and weakly tried to open the door.
  • My wife moved her hands very weakly upon the coverlid, and I knew that she craved to touch her child; and I signed to the Nurse, and took my child in mine arms; and the Nurse went out from the room, and so we three were alone together. The Night Land
  • Stead off, ‘Andrew’ Cole on, Radostin Kishishev has an inexplicable brainstorm in front of goal, weakly knocks it to Kiely, and Cole gets in and scores.
  • Abdul Kader, the tailor who had attached himself to me, as a man ready-handed at all things, from mending a pair of pants, making a delicate entremets, or shooting an elephant, but whom the interior proved to be the weakliest of the weakly, unfit for anything except eating and drinking — almost succumbed on this march. How I Found Livingstone
  • It was the Parliament's first duty to see to the extraordinary police (_haute police_) in its district; it performed the duty badly and weakly. A Popular History of France from the Earliest Times, Volume 6
  • The edge of the outer lip is crenulated, and usually has a weakly convex profile when viewed from the apertural side of the shell.
  • When he let go, Carrie smiled weakly, as the force of the hug had taken a lot out of her, and opened her sketchbook to work on a drawing.
  • One old woman chewed betel nut and nodded weakly as the bullets boiled in.
  • It is proposed that evaporite dissolution led to the collapse of the weakly lithified overburden, and this deformed with a series of concentric extensional faults.
  • I lay in weakly case and confined to my bed for four months before I was able to rise and health returned to me. The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • The lower crust beneath the Dzhabyk batholith is only weakly reflective and the Moho is not imaged.
  • Defend actual Democrats in weakly liberal or weakly conservative seats. Matthew Yglesias » Where The Potential Liberals Are
  • We still see remaining an antitypal sketch of a wing adapted for flight in the scaly flapper of the penguin, and limbs first concealed beneath the skin, and then weakly protruding from it, were the necessary gradations before others should be formed fully adapted for locomotion. [ Contributions to the Theory of Natural Selection A Series of Essays
  • Caesium is a weakly hydrated alkaline metal with chemical similarities to potassium.
  • Primary amides are weakly basic and can form compounds with metals such as sodium, potassium, mercury, and cadmium, although heavy metal amides can be explosive.
  • I stifled a false sob and smiled weakly, as in my mind I thought how ridiculous this whole situation was.
  • Thus, a fellow with a low forehead and a weakly receding chin, Kerry classified as a dullard, a witling, unaware that if the brow were but low enough and the chin virtually absent altogether he might stand in the presence of a second Daniel. Dope
  • Franz tried a similar line of research for a year and finally hypothesized — falsely, as it turned out — that the weakly effective compounds were metabolized in the plant into herbicidal agents. Franz, John E.
  • The fixation of weakly selected mutations can be greatly influenced by strong directional selection at linked loci.
  • This model can be applied to the polyatomic molecule in that there is a weakly bond, and after the reaction the molecule can be split into two parts.
  • I nodded my head weakly and took the air respirator off my mouth.
  • I smile weakly and swallow the lump in my throat. Times, Sunday Times
  • Results Angiogenin was expressed weakly but widely in rat brain, the expression was relatively strong in cerebral pia mater, ependyma, and vessels.
  • She stood up weakly, testing out her strength to find that she hardly had any left.
  • Julius smiled weakly, pursing his lips as he replied.
  • The bird clawed weakly at the arrow's shaft and its body gave small flutters, splattering blood.
  • The tholeiitic picrite basalts and basalts of the Mailaka sector have higher 87 Sr / 86 Sr and lower cNd 88 than the weakly alkaline basalts.
  • The shell is slightly prosocline, very weakly inflated, and strongly inequivalve, with concave left valve and weakly convex right one.
  • Manias translated and the induna then spoke to Manias quietly for a long time, gesticulating weakly as the women interjected here and there, trying to restrain themselves. The Elephant's Secret Sense
  • Some children may therefore adopt a black mask which they wear fiercely but weakly.
  • The fluoroanions of aluminum, gallium, and indium are novel weakly coordinating anions which are are highly fluorinated.
  • I smile weakly and am forced to stand as the boat heads back home. Times, Sunday Times
  • To weakly justify their hatred of people browner and poorer than themselves is another reason. Archive 2010-02-01
  • The patient tried to sit up but fell back weakly onto his pillows.
  • Superconductors are the strongest diamagnets, and many ordinary materials are weakly diamagnetic.
  • I smile weakly through my still-flowing tears and snuggle into his warm embrace.
  • The secret to the switchability is a weakly basic amidine group, Chemical & Engineering News: Latest News
  • Her drawn face turned to mine and she smiled weakly. Times, Sunday Times
  • On the northern side of the volcanic sequence, the rocks are weakly foliated with foliation dipping to the south or SW.
  • Halfway between anger and pain, his yell begins as a firm shout but falls weakly to the floor.
  • She weakly summoned the strength to murmur a goodbye, and then hung up.
  • This first study by van Hove was restricted to weakly coupled anharmonic systems. Ilya Prigogine - Autobiography
  • The purpose of an infant incubator is to secure and improve the chances of survival of a premature or weakly infant.
  • I shall put moral indignation - or, more weakly, moral disapprobation - in the centre of this one.
  • Immatures have a weakly developed taproot, and have pinnate compound leaves with two or three leaflets.
  • I sat down weakly and the chair creaked beneath me. The Bird House
  • Yet, as she turned weakly, she saw Camon looming above her in the caliginous room, drunken fury showing in his face. Mistborn
  • The smyrus differs from the smyraena; for the muraena is mottled and weakly, whereas the smyrus is strong and of one uniform colour, and the colour resembles that of the pine-tree, and the animal has teeth inside and out. The History of Animals
  • I look at Bren and she smiles weakly before taking a seat next to the wall.
  • Katherine sat down in a nice cushy chair weakly.
  • As Rodrigo Borgia he is comical in his self-regard and foppishness, ordering villages to be stripped of chattals or his enemies slayed before sinking back weakly into his papal throne, fingering the edges of his golden crown mumbling that God is verily moving within him. The Borgias: Grace Dent's TV OD
  • i remember the first time we heard the word mewl in some class at school, and found out what it meant. something struck a chord, something hummed inside me ... an audible click. it is an intransitive verb that means to cry weakly, or whimper. there was finally a word for what that noise in my head was ... vampishone Diary Entry
  • And I was covered with the muck of the thing; and the claws upon the legs seized me, so that the grey armour did bend and crack to the might thereof, and I grew sick unto death with the pain within; but smote with the shining Diskos, using my left hand weakly; for my right was gript dreadful fast to my body. The Night Land
  • He looked truly happy and relaxed, and I smiled back weakly.
  • In addition, the new species has an inner lip tooth that is only rarely bifid and much more weakly bifid.
  • It was found chemically that cane sugar absorbs the elements of water and changes into a mixture of two different sugars, one being weakly dextrorotatory and the other strongly laevorotatory, hence the resultant is a rotation to the left. Wilhelm Ostwald - Nobel Lecture
  • The corpus profile is weakly concavoconvex and there are short trails, the dorsal being strongly geniculate.
  • Among the 22 flavone derivatives tested, only wogonin was strongly mutagenic, while five derivatives, apigenin triacetate, acacetin, chrysoeriol, pedalitin, and pedalitin tetraacetate, were only weakly mutagenic. Wil's Ebay E-Store
  • The more weakly an animal is the greater hurry will it be in to migrate on account of extremes of temperature, either hot or cold; thus the mackerel migrates in advance of the tunnies, and the quail in advance of the cranes. The History of Animals
  • She weakly grasped the lapels on his jacket and sobbed quietly into his chest.
  • However, this is not statistically significant for the bilaterians and only weakly significant for medusoids.
  • He sank down weakly beside her.
  • [9] Mr. Spencer weakly argues that an advantageous attribute (such as swiftness, keen sight, courage, sagacity, strength, &c.) cannot be increased by natural selection unless it is "of greater importance, for the time being, than most of the other attributes"; and that natural selection cannot develop any one superiority when animals are equally preserved by "other superiorities. Are the Effects of Use and Disuse Inherited? An Examination of the View Held by Spencer and Darwin
  • As he made to move off in search of new bandages, she weakly caught at his arm.
  • But there is something unsettling about watching grown men smile weakly as their mental and physical abilities are questioned. Times, Sunday Times
  • weakly agreed to a compromise
  • The investigated main Niveau Breistroffer interval is 6.28 m thick and consists of weakly lithified, fine-grained marlstones and four laminated black shale units.
  • Topiramate is weakly bound to proteins and not extensively metabolized.
  • Weakly acidic food: white rice, peanut, beer, alcohol, oil fried tofu, sea weed, clam, octopus, catfish.
  • Miss -- Miss Courtland, " Bamberger faltered weakly.
  • Top domestic students are only weakly connected – getting an American-born prof to call someone at another department to recommend you for admittance is a very rare honor. Matthew Yglesias » Visas for Grads
  • His other arm held her remaining hand to the wall also, and she writhed, kicking weakly at him.
  • Is that the doctor?" called Ellery weakly from the next room. Keziah Coffin
  • A large pebble with a gneissose appearance is a retrograded orthogneiss, consisting of quartz, plagioclase, feldspar and muscovite, with relics of biotite, mostly chloritized, and a weakly folded tectonic foliation.
  • In this paper, we retains the cone P normal cone, increasing operator A weaken the weakly continuous operator, space E weaken the weak complete space.
  • he was weakly attracted to her
  • Frederic Chopin was a weakly child from the first.
  • The female flowers, which are merely composed of a tripid calyx and no corolla, when produced by a tree in full vigor are perfectly urceolate, slightly tinged with green at the base, and well filled by the ovary, whereas the female flowers of weakly trees are entirely yellow, imperfectly urceolate, and approach more to the staminiferous flowers of the male. The Commercial Products of the Vegetable Kingdom Considered in Their Various Uses to Man and in Their Relation to the Arts and Manufactures; Forming a Practical Treatise & Handbook of Reference for the Colonist, Manufacturer, Merchant, and Consumer, o
  • The outer lip is crenulated on its edge, and smooth or weakly denticulate on the inner side.
  • In the hearth, the fire had dwindled to a few remaining embers - topaz coals, weakly sputtering thin ribbons of smoke up the chimney.
  • Cadmium compounds are inactive or weakly active in gene mutation and other genotoxicity assays.
  • Gwen nodded weakly and Hannah just gave her a small thin smile.
  • Leaning weakly against the wooden planking of the hall, I closed my eyes. TIME OF THE WOLF
  • The failure of all 1-year-old dry - stored seeds to germinate likely reflected a loss of viability, rather than evidence of a dormant state, because the small percentage that stained positive to tetrazolium did so weakly.
  • His big and dropsical head, disproportionate to his emaciated body, leans against his mother's shoulder, his eyes blinking weakly.
  • Equivocal or weakly reactive immunohistochemical stains may require further testing to make the diagnosis of mesothelioma.
  • In "The Lollard," when Miss Carey wants to disillusionize Angela, she does not sit down and argue her out of her insane infatuation for Fred; nor does she tell Angela that Fred is a "lollard" and weakly unmask him by describing his "lollard" points. Writing for Vaudeville
  • No! The word privation expresses but weakly that constant and terrible want of all that is necessary to preserve the existence God gives; namely, wholesome air and shelter, sufficient and nourishing food and warm clothing. The Wandering Jew — Volume 02
  • A blooper is a weakly hit fly ball, easily accessible to the outfielders. GJSentinel.com
  • The sample is a weakly foliated granulite formed of plagioclase, orthopyroxene, clinopyroxene and minor hornblende.
  • This water is so weakly-bound to the clay minerals that it turns to steam at low temperatures.
  • By density, I mean not the density in respect of gravity (with which the refractions or transparency of _mediums_ hold no proportion) but in respect onely to the _trajection_ of the Rays of light, in which respect they only differ in this; that the one propagates the pulse more easily and weakly, the other more slowly, but more strongly. Micrographia Some Physiological Descriptions of Minute Bodies Made by Magnifying Glasses with Observations and Inquiries Thereupon
  • Miss Martha leaned weakly against the showcase.
  • I smiled weakly, which is as bad as looking a bit concerned. Times, Sunday Times
  • In contrast, our data suggest that reactions associated with GABA translocation, although only weakly electrogenic, are fast.
  • Sheepishly, I picked myself up from the ground weakly, completely fulminating with rage at the laws of gravity.
  • A flickering light bounced weakly on the tiled brick of the sewer walls.
  • Those who are weakly or who complain of ill health , oft outlive the more robust.
  • It weakly raises its head despite having its skin and fur sliced off. The Sun
  • Characteristic soils of the ecoregion include arenosol, lithosols, weakly developed shallow soils and halomorphic soils. Kaokoveld desert
  • But it was of a strange extra-dimensional variety and so weakly heterodyned that we've only just now stumbled onto it by accident. Plasma Monster
  • We still see remaining an antitypal sketch of a wing adapted for flight in the scaly flapper of the penguin, and limbs first concealed beneath the skin, and then weakly protruding from it, were the necessary gradations before others should be formed fully adapted for locomotion. On the law which has regulated the introduction of new species
  • In particular, it seems to me quite an inconclusion to give to the spirits of the dead, or to any other existences, good or evil (unless, indeed, by possibility to ourselves as magnetically and sympathetically influenced by some metaphysical potencies whereof we know next to nothing), the seemingly miraculous powers exhibited, however weakly and childishly, in numberless seances, privileged to possess among the company an ecstatic medium between (as is assumed) themselves and beings immaterial. My Life as an Author
  • ‘I'm fine,’ he smiles weakly, through his sickly stringy hair.
  • Autoicous, perigonia in axillary buds, perichaetial leaves weakly differentiated... and alar cells that are somewhat enlarged and weakly differentiated.
  • He looks us up and down and smiles weakly. Times, Sunday Times
  • The gliadin chains fold onto themselves in a compact mass, and bond only weakly with each other and with the glutenin proteins. On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen
  • Lactic bacteria grow best in very weakly acidic solutions and at temperatures near those of the human body.
  • They have weakly supported a change in how we deal with the energy issue.
  • Currently, only point #1 is included in the FDA regulation of the term organic - and weakly at that. Organics as Big Business - Bitten Blog - NYTimes.com
  • Having a classical limit makes things extremely concrete and calculable which is one of the reasons why quantum theories constructed as a quantization of a particular starting point have been so successful, especially whenever they're weakly coupled. The Reference Frame
  • Peter smiled weakly, unsettled by this swell of reminiscence.
  • Jason walked around the corner; his best friend was feebly holding onto the stall door, smiling weakly at him.

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