Adjective   /wēk/
-Lacking the power to perform physically demanding tasks; lacking physical strength and energy.
-Lacking political or social power or influence: "a government too weak to impose order".
-feeble - faint - thin - infirm - frail - weakly - soft


noun /SHēp/ 
-sheep, plural A domesticated ruminant animal with a thick woolly coat and (typically only in the male) curving horns. It is kept in flocks for its wool or meat, and is proverbial for its tendency to follow others in the flock
-A wild mammal related to this, such as the argali, bighorn, and urial
-A person who is too easily influenced or led
- the party members had become sheep, and she refused to be taken in


Weak sheep
noun    /wēk/ /SHēp/
-A contradiction
-One man that can perform multiple tasks, effectivly and efficiantly. Able to accomplish difficult and complicated tasks
-Does not run with the heard
-strong - witted - hard - strong willed - determined