Frail synonyms

frāl
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Lacking in vigour or expression.
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Having little weight, strength, substance, or significance
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Lacking physical or emotional strength; delicate:
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Having or showing a sensitive or, sometimes, finicky distaste for what is considered offensive or improper
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(Of a horse) not able to be broken in
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Lacking warmth of feeling; cold:
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Very sharp; keen:
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Weak; not strong
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Thin and easily broken or damaged; poorly made and fragile; frail
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Of inferior size, strength, or importance; weak; slight
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Lacking vigor or strength; feeble or weak:
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Small in amount or extent; meager:
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Susceptible to physical harm or damage:
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(Botany) Characteristic of a plant that grows rapidly and spreads invasively, and which grows opportunistically in cracks of sidewalks and disturbed areas.
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Solid, rigid (material state)
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Persuasive, effective, and cogent:
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Weakened or worn out from age or wear
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Not firm or strong physically; weak; feeble, as from old age
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Not substantial
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In horse management an unsound horse is one suffering ill-health that affects its suitability for its intended work.
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Not solid or heavy; flimsy; light
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Capable of making mistakes or being wrong.
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The definition of imperfect is someone or something that has at least one fault or that is not fully formed or complete.
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(Software engineering) Resistant or impervious to failure regardless of user input or unexpected conditions.
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Of or showing delicate and refined taste; fastidious
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Unable to produce a profitable yield of crops:
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That can be, or is liable to be, broken
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(Of a sound or voice) high and thin in tone.
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Capable of being broken; breakable.
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