EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FRAGILITY
Laurent selected a skiff, which appeared so light that Camille was terrified by its fragility.
The Colonel was carried into this room, with all the care necessitated by his fragility.
In spite of her fragility she was, from the habit of self-control, a stronger spirit.
An appearance of delicacy, and even of fragility, is almost essential to beauty.
There was neither too much flesh, nor too little,—neither rudeness nor fragility.
With this fragility of structure is combined an incomparable power of flight.
This one was about the same size, and gave the same impression of fragility.
“What you call my fragility is more apparent than real,” she said with spirit.
Who would suspect the composer's fragility and sickliness in this work?
Stud's wife was suddenly overborne with her age, her fragility, and her helplessness.
late 14c., "moral weakness," from Old French fragilité "debility, frailty" (12c.), from Latin fragilitatem (nominative fragilitas) "brittleness," from fragilis "brittle, easily broken," from root of frangere "to break" (see fraction). Meaning "quality of being easily broken" first recorded in English late 15c.