Definition of 'weakening'
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They fetch tea down the corridor just as you're on your last legs, so I eventually made it, though weakening fast. THE TARTAN RINGERS (2003)His recollections were like barnacles on the legs of an oil-rig; weakening rather than pleasing, a danger. THE LAST RAVEN (2003)The taxi driver had parked the car in front of a minor stately home: pink brick, lots of ivy weakening the walls. SUMMER OF SECRETS (2003)
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