fragile definition

  • adjective:
    • Easily broken, damaged, or destroyed; frail.
    • Lacking physical or psychological power; delicate.
    • Easily damaged, damaged, or damaged; frail.
    • poor physical or mental energy; delicate.
    • Lacking compound; tenuous or flimsy: a fragile claim to fame.
    • Easily damaged or damaged, and so often of subtle or intricate construction.
    • quickly damaged; brittle; frail; fragile; quickly damaged.
    • easily damaged or damaged or damaged
    • vulnerably delicate
    • lacking substance or importance
    • Lacking substance; tenuous or thin: a fragile claim to popularity.
    • Effortlessly damaged or damaged, and therefore usually of simple or intricate framework.
    • Effortlessly broken; brittle; frail; fine; effortlessly destroyed.
    • effortlessly broken or damaged or damaged
    • vulnerably delicate
    • lacking compound or relevance
    • Easily damaged, damaged, or destroyed; frail.
    • Effortlessly damaged, damaged, or destroyed; frail.
    • Lacking physical or emotional energy; delicate.
    • Lacking real or psychological power; fragile.
    • Lacking compound; tenuous or flimsy: a fragile claim to popularity.
    • poor substance; tenuous or flimsy: a fragile claim to fame.
    • Effortlessly damaged, damaged, or damaged; frail.
    • quickly broken, damaged, or damaged; frail.
    • Easily damaged, damaged, or destroyed; frail.
    • quickly broken or destroyed, and so often of simple or complex framework.
    • Lacking physical or mental power; delicate.
    • Lacking physical or emotional energy; fragile.
    • poor actual or emotional strength; fragile.
    • poor substance; tenuous or thin: a fragile claim to fame.
    • Easily broken; brittle; frail; delicate; quickly damaged.
    • Lacking compound; tenuous or thin: a fragile claim to fame.
    • Lacking compound; tenuous or thin: a fragile claim to fame.
    • quickly damaged or destroyed, and so frequently of subdued or intricate construction.
    • Easily broken or damaged, and thus often of delicate or complex framework.
    • Effortlessly damaged; brittle; frail; fine; effortlessly damaged.
    • Effortlessly broken; brittle; frail; fine; effortlessly destroyed.
    • Effortlessly damaged or destroyed, and therefore usually of subdued or intricate construction.
    • quickly broken or damaged, and therefore usually of subdued or intricate structure.
    • Effortlessly broken; brittle; frail; delicate; quickly destroyed.
    • quickly damaged; brittle; frail; delicate; easily destroyed.
    • effortlessly damaged or damaged or destroyed
    • vulnerably fragile
    • Easily damaged, damaged, or damaged; frail.
    • easily damaged or damaged or damaged
    • vulnerably delicate
    • poor actual or mental energy; fragile.
    • lacking material or significance
    • effortlessly broken or damaged or damaged
    • lacking material or importance
    • Lacking substance; tenuous or thin: a fragile claim to popularity.
    • vulnerably fragile
    • Effortlessly broken, damaged, or destroyed; frail.
    • Effortlessly broken or damaged, and so usually of discreet or intricate framework.
    • effortlessly damaged or damaged or damaged
    • lacking material or relevance
    • poor physical or mental power; delicate.
    • quickly broken or damaged or damaged
    • quickly broken, damaged, or damaged; frail.
    • poor material; tenuous or flimsy: a fragile claim to popularity.
    • poor physical or mental power; delicate.
    • vulnerably fragile
    • Easily damaged; brittle; frail; fragile; easily destroyed.
    • vulnerably delicate
    • Easily broken, damaged, or damaged; frail.
    • Easily broken, damaged, or damaged; frail.
    • Easily broken or destroyed, and so usually of discreet or intricate framework.
    • lacking material or importance
    • poor substance; tenuous or thin: a fragile claim to popularity.
    • lacking substance or importance
    • Effortlessly broken or damaged, and therefore often of simple or complex structure.
    • Lacking actual or mental strength; delicate.
    • poor actual or psychological energy; delicate.
    • quickly broken; brittle; frail; delicate; quickly destroyed.
    • Effortlessly broken; brittle; frail; fine; easily damaged.
    • Lacking material; tenuous or flimsy: a fragile claim to fame.
    • Lacking compound; tenuous or flimsy: a fragile claim to fame.
    • Effortlessly broken, damaged, or destroyed; frail.
    • effortlessly damaged or damaged or damaged
    • quickly broken or damaged, and therefore usually of discreet or complex construction.
    • poor actual or psychological strength; fragile.
    • Easily damaged or destroyed, and thus frequently of simple or intricate construction.
    • vulnerably fragile
    • Lacking compound; tenuous or flimsy: a fragile claim to popularity.
    • quickly broken or damaged or destroyed
    • Easily broken; brittle; frail; fragile; easily destroyed.
    • Effortlessly damaged; brittle; frail; delicate; effortlessly destroyed.
    • lacking substance or relevance
    • effortlessly damaged or damaged or damaged
    • vulnerably fine
    • Effortlessly broken or damaged, and thus usually of delicate or intricate framework.
    • lacking compound or importance
    • Effortlessly damaged; brittle; frail; delicate; effortlessly damaged.
    • vulnerably fine
    • quickly damaged or damaged or damaged
    • easily damaged or damaged or damaged
    • lacking material or relevance
    • vulnerably fragile
    • vulnerably fine
    • lacking compound or significance
    • lacking material or importance
    • effortlessly damaged or damaged or destroyed
    • vulnerably fragile
    • lacking substance or value
  • others:
    • Effortlessly broken; brittle; for this reason, providing poor resistance to your destroying power; weak; easily damaged; liable to fail.
    • Synonyms Fragile, Frail; weak, infirm, small, fine. Fragile is nearly constantly limited to the actual; frail applies to the actual, but has also been extended towards ethical.
    • quickly damaged; brittle; thus, providing poor opposition to virtually any destroying power; poor; easily destroyed; liable to fail.
    • Synonyms Fragile, Frail; poor, infirm, small, delicate. Fragile 's almost constantly restricted to the physical; frail pertains to the physical, but has additionally been extended into ethical.
    • Effortlessly damaged; brittle; ergo, supplying poor opposition to virtually any destroying force; poor; effortlessly damaged; prone to fail.
    • Easily broken; brittle; hence, offering weak opposition to virtually any destroying force; poor; easily damaged; liable to fail.
    • quickly damaged; brittle; thus, providing weak resistance to virtually any destroying force; poor; effortlessly damaged; prone to fail.
    • Synonyms Fragile, Frail; weak, infirm, minor, fragile. Fragile 's almost always restricted to the physical; frail relates to the real, but has additionally been extended on ethical.
    • Synonyms Fragile, Frail; poor, infirm, slight, fine. Fragile is nearly always restricted to the actual; frail relates to the physical, but has also been extended to your moral.
    • Synonyms Fragile, Frail; poor, infirm, minor, fragile. Fragile is almost always restricted to the actual; frail relates to the actual, but has also been extended to your ethical.
    • Effortlessly broken; brittle; hence, providing weak resistance to virtually any destroying force; poor; effortlessly destroyed; prone to fail.
    • quickly damaged; brittle; thus, providing weak resistance to any destroying power; weak; quickly damaged; prone to fail.
    • Synonyms Fragile, Frail; weak, infirm, small, fine. Fragile 's almost constantly limited to the physical; frail applies to the actual, but has additionally been extended towards the moral.
    • Synonyms Fragile, Frail; poor, infirm, minor, delicate. Fragile is nearly constantly limited to the real; frail applies to the actual, but has additionally been extended towards the ethical.
    • Effortlessly damaged; brittle; for this reason, supplying poor resistance to your destroying power; weak; effortlessly destroyed; liable to fail.
    • Synonyms Fragile, Frail; poor, infirm, minor, fine. Fragile is almost constantly limited to the physical; frail applies to the real, but has additionally been extended to your moral.
    • Easily damaged; brittle; hence, supplying weak opposition to your destroying power; poor; easily destroyed; liable to fail.
    • quickly broken; brittle; hence, supplying weak resistance to virtually any destroying power; poor; effortlessly destroyed; prone to fail.
    • Synonyms Fragile, Frail; poor, infirm, small, fine. Fragile 's almost constantly limited to the physical; frail pertains to the actual, but has also been extended towards moral.
    • Synonyms Fragile, Frail; poor, infirm, slight, fragile. Fragile is almost constantly restricted to the physical; frail pertains to the physical, but has additionally been extended on moral.
    • Effortlessly broken; brittle; thus, supplying poor weight to your destroying power; weak; quickly destroyed; liable to fail.
    • quickly broken; brittle; therefore, supplying weak resistance to virtually any destroying force; poor; effortlessly destroyed; prone to fail.
    • Synonyms Fragile, Frail; weak, infirm, minor, fragile. Fragile 's almost constantly limited to the real; frail pertains to the physical, but has additionally been extended into ethical.
    • Synonyms Fragile, Frail; weak, infirm, slight, delicate. Fragile 's almost always restricted to the actual; frail pertains to the physical, but has also been extended towards moral.
    • Effortlessly broken; brittle; for this reason, offering weak opposition to virtually any destroying force; poor; quickly damaged; liable to fail.
    • Synonyms Fragile, Frail; poor, infirm, minor, fine. Fragile is almost always restricted to the real; frail applies to the physical, but has additionally been extended to the moral.

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