fragile[ fraj-uh l; British fraj-ahyl ]SEE DEFINITION OF fragile
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You have seen that life is fragile, and evil is real, and courage triumphs.
How fragile as spider-webs, how almost laughable they seemed down here!
In the legend she is a fragile woman guided by a divine soul.
There was a crunching of fragile bones, and warm blood ran in his mouth.
For had he crashed, or smashed that fragile tube, all would have been in vain.
This species is much more delicate and fragile than B. Boltoni.
By her fragile side he looks like Hercules, but he is unconscious of this.
A fragile domesticity I seem to half surprise In the evasions of those eyes.
He was dead, his fragile Martian skull split open by my blow.
But Lilla, so fragile and moody, dreamed of physical strength and a triumphant will.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FRAGILE
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