What is another word for feeble-minded person?

Pronunciation: [fˈiːbə͡lmˈa͡ɪndɪd pˈɜːsən] (IPA)

The term "feeble-minded person" is archaic and offensive. It was used to describe individuals with intellectual disabilities or cognitive impairments. Today, we use more appropriate and respectful language such as "person with intellectual or developmental disabilities" or "person with cognitive challenges." Other synonyms that have been used to describe a person with limited mental abilities may include "simple," "slow-witted," "mentally challenged," or "intellectually disabled." However, we must always strive to choose language that portrays individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities with dignity and respect, rather than perpetuating harmful stigmas and stereotypes.

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A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

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