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come into being, come out, enter, oblige, perform, play, take part, be created, be developed, be invented.
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Correct spelling:
frail
Definition:
Wanting in strength or firmness: weak.

Synonyms:

adjective
airy
visionary, lightest, rarest.
all
frail.
breakable, weak
thin, slight, sickly, brittle, sad, dainty, tenuous, tender, infirm, puny, fragile, Shattery, slender, insubstantial, unsound, shatterable, decrepit, flimsy, wimpy, slim, wishy-washy, vulnerable, feeble, fracturable, wispy, unsubstantial, delicate, fishy, frangible.
brittle
crisp, crumbly, breakable, brittle, fragile, fracturable, frangible, shivery, delicate.
epicene
feminine, epicene.
fallible
in question, Errable.
feeble
soft, feeble, helpless, Strengthless, decrepit, flimsy, wimpy, rickety, weak, fragile, doddering, infirm, powerless, run down, out of gas, debilitated, sapless, inefficient, run-down, enervated, faint, sickly, ailing.
human
mortal.
imperfect
faulty.
impotent
sterile, impotent, ineffective, Infecund, incapable, forceless.
insubstantial
too little too late.
low
lower.
sickly
invalid.
tottery
tottery.
unhealthy
in a decline, in decline, in ill health, out of shape.
unwell
not feeling well.
weak
feeble, powerless, debilitated, weakest, anemic, infirm, weak, tender, Impuissant, impotent.
noun
artifact
frail.
fragile
dainty, study at weak, sick.
frail
infirm, feeble, fallible, breakable, decrepit, imperfect, weakly, delicate, human, weak, fragile, sapless.
quantity
frail.
Examples of usage:
  1. My place was distant and far below; yet my eyes were keen, and it seemed to me that she looked thin and frail, though very beautiful. – The Car of Destiny by C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson
  2. With a moan of despair her head fell forward upon the table, and hard dry sobs shook her frail body. – Malcolm Sage, Detective by Herbert George Jenkins
  3. Nay, wife, I feel as I lie here dying, that the life of the soul is something we poor frail human creatures must not try too much to touch. – Tom Tufton's Travels by Evelyn Everett-Green
  4. A sudden storm upset his frail bark and left him struggling in the water. – Ungava by R.M. Ballantyne
  5. Arthur is still frail and delicate, with more spirit than body; but, thanks to his intimacy with them and Martin, has learned to swim, and run, and play cricket, and has never hurt himself by too much reading. – Tom Brown's School Days by Thomas Hughes

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