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Adjective
(of an object) Easily broken or damaged
“He warned that damage could be caused to the fragile books and their bindings.”
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Vulnerable or easily threatened
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“We have to prevent Joe from losing his already fragile grip on reality.”
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(of a person) Physically weak or frail
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“Sadly, it pains me to say that I have become rather fragile with my old age.”
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Small or improbable in the degree of likelihood
“The walls of the ruins emblematize the fragile possibility of reconciliation with the past.”
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Refined in a delicate way
“The fragile beauty of the flower gives lie to any notion we might have had of the prairie's emptiness.”
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Easily broken into small fragments, crumbled, or reduced to powder
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Worn out or ruined because of age or neglect
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Having a physically small size or stature
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An environment that encourages rapid growth or development, especially in a stifling or intense way
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Having endearing traits or features attributable to infants
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Having or showing emotional sensitivity
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Feeling dizzy and close to losing consciousness
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Affectedly concerned with elegant or refined behavior, language, or manners
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(of soil) Easily dug
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