Fee·bly adv. In a feeble manner.
The restored church . . . contended feebly, and with half a heart. --Macaulay.
adv 1: in a faint and feeble manner; "the lighthouse, flashing
feebly against the sleet-blurred, rocky backdrop of
the coast of north west Norway"
2: in a halting and feeble manner; "reform, in fact, is, rather
feebly, on the win"