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What is another word for frailly?

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Adverb
Adverb for physically weak, lacking in strength
“It can cause infections, especially among elderly or frail people.”
Adverb
Adverb for physically slight or puny
“One poignant story relates how a slight and frail boy disappeared toward the barn when told that a cave-in had blocked any hope for escape.”
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Adverb for physically slender, skinny or thin
“Her dad kept telling her that she was still skinny and frail, that they would have to put some meat on her bones.”
Adverb
Adverb for sick or infirm, lacking vitality
“She was frail with an illness that doctors could not diagnose.”
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Adverb for mentally or physically infirm due to old age
“He presently saw a frail old man, something of a hunchback, slowly descending towards him with an urn balanced on one shoulder.”
Adverb
Adverb for easily hurt or wounded
“I'd tactfully arranged to swallow my disgust, avoid a row, and spare your frail ego all my killer blows.”
Adverb
Adverb for of unsound structure, easily damaged or broken
“The attempt to accurately identify the frail foundations of the organization is an important exercise.”
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Adverb for shaky, lacking in stability
“His beard turned white, and the wiry, dynamic frame became frail and tottery, so that he was unable to walk without support.”
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Adverb for light or flimsy in structure or construction
“The dog seized her frock in its teeth and dragged on it till the frail fabric tore away.”
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Adverb for weak in character or will
“He was a man of frail character, unworthy of attention and confidence.”
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Adverb for easily persuaded, led or tempted
“She no longer concerns herself with material things that entice the frail minds of women and men alike.”
Adverb
Adverb for lacking conviction or force
“It was obvious he wasn't buying my frail attempt at a cover story.”
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Adverb for small or improbable in the degree of likelihood
“They also ratified his vision of the war's conclusion and eliminated the final, frail possibility of a negotiated peace.”
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Adverb for lacking sufficient power or strength
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Adverb for being naturally susceptible to weaknesses or error
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Adverb for inadequately fed
Adverb
Adverb for suffering from anaemia
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Adverb for relating to the physical or biological condition or needs of being human
Adverb
Adverb for having faults or errors
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