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

Mrs. Dorriman, Volume 2 of 3Julie Bosville Chetwynd

The one the Elector gave me did just the same, and, moreover, the works were even worse and more fragile.

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

Old Irish GlassGraydon Stannus

This argument is more fragile than the vessels which are fashioned by the rotation of that wheel.

The City of God, Volume IAurelius Augustine

Besides these, we have two nets and glass bowls, in which to take up the more fragile creatures that cannot bear rough handling.

This beautiful Nemophila is a more fragile flower than its sister, the baby-blue-eyes.

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

The People Of The MistH. Rider Haggard

This is more fragile than the typical form and retains its color better in drying.

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

Molly BawnMargaret Wolfe Hamilton

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

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