frailty[ freyl-tee, frey-uhl- ]SEE DEFINITION OF frailty
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FRAILTY
And, by the frailty of those they have triumphed over, they judge of all the rest.
But Indian nature is human nature, with all its frailty and humiliation.
Naomi's frailty appeared to be not only of the body but also of the spirit.
Most of them belonged to the Frailty Theatre, and their usual talk was of the "stars" engaged there.
She wanted to draw a veil over her frailty, but I wouldn't let her.
What would you have to answer for if you should provoke me to frailty?
The interval was passed with the young lady of frailty and beauty.
With old Sir John we have more flesh, and, therefore, more of frailty.
Thus the frailty and superficiality of our own judgments cannot brook contradiction.
It was of her he spoke the notable words, "Frailty, thy name is woman!"