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Fragility

Fra`gil´i`ty
n.1.The condition or quality of being fragile; brittleness; frangibility.
2.Weakness; feebleness.
3.Liability to error and sin; frailty.
The fragility and youthful folly of Qu. Fabius.
- Holland.
Noun1.fragility - quality of being easily damaged or destroyed
Synonyms: breakability
2.fragility - lack of physical strength
Synonyms: delicacy
amiable weakness, breakability, breakableness, brittleness, cachexia, cachexy, changeableness, chronic ill health, collapse, crackability, crackableness, crispness, crumbliness, crushability, crushableness, daintiness, debilitation, debility, decrepitude, delicacy, delicate health, destructibility, disintegration, effeminacy, enervation, exhaustion, feebleness, fissility, flimsiness, fracturableness, frailty, frangibility, friability, healthlessness, human frailty, hypochondria, hypochondriasis, ill health, indecisiveness, infirmity, infirmity of will, inherent vice, invalidism, invalidity, irresolution, lacerability, languishing, languishment, lightness, moral weakness, morbidity, morbidness, peakedness, poor health, sickliness, sleaziness, slightness, unhealthiness, unsoundness, unsubstantiality, unwholesomeness, valetudinarianism, velleity, vulnerability, wasting, weakliness, wispiness, womanishness
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fradicin
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Fragaria chiloensis
Fragaria vesca
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Fragment
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