more fragile

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Her very fingers as they lie in his look slenderer, more fragile.

Their eggs are spherical, and more fragile than those of the Marsh Tortoise.

The finer and more fragile pieces were generally kept at home.

Younger than her companions she was also more fragile in appearance.

The more fragile pitcher is not so soon broken at the fountain.

She was not disappointed, though she had expected a more fragile type.

He was so accustomed to her being an invalid, that he never thought of her as more fragile than other people.

Never was a brighter intellect or a more gallant heart housed in a more fragile form.

Thomas Outram was Leonard's elder by two years and cast in a more fragile mould.

It is seldom that a young man may die from a broken heart; but if an old man have a heart still left to him, it is more fragile.