weak spot

weak spot (plural weak spots)

  1. A location where the defenses are weak or the vulnerability is great.
    • 1977, Katz, The Neoclassical Theory of Reference:
      It began with an insightful paper of Donnellan's in which he put his finger on the weak spot in the classical theory.
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