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Correct spelling:
Fragile; weak.
feeble (adjective)
sickly, flimsy, fragile, infirm, run-down, weak, decrepit, rickety, faint, powerless, ailing, feeble, soft, debilitated, doddering.
weak (adjective)
powerless, impotent, debilitated, anemic, weak, feeble, infirm.
brittle (adjective)
fragile, delicate, brittle, breakable, frangible, crisp, fracturable.
Other synonyms:
decrepit, sapless, breakable, fragile, feeble, human, weak, weakly, delicate, fallible, infirm, imperfect.
Examples of usage:
  1. I always feel at home with lawyers, Denham-" " They used to come about so much in the old days," interposed, the frail, silvery notes of her voice falling with the sweet tone of an old bell. Mr. Mrs. Milvain - "Night and Day", Virginia Woolf.
  2. The sight of that burning and shining spirit in its frail tenement- for did I not actually see her spirit and the very soul of her in those eyes? - "Afoot in England", W.H. Hudson.
  3. The mother, a frail, dark Mexican woman, crouched at the foot, not daring to touch either the man or the child, but staring from one to the other, pressing her hands together in an agony of dread. - "They Call Me Carpenter", Upton Sinclair.

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