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Synonyms for brittle

Synonyms for brittle

easily broken or damaged

Synonyms for brittle

caramelized sugar cooled in thin sheets

having little elasticity

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lacking warmth and generosity of spirit

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(of metal or glass) not annealed and consequently easily cracked or fractured

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Giles's room; and that Brittles was to saddle the pony and betake himself instantly to Chertsey: from which place, he was to despatch, with all speed, a constable and doctor.
BRITTLES - ELIZABETH ANN, February 11, 2016 I never ask for miracles but just one today would do.
Suzanne and Gary x BRITTLES - ELIZABETH ANN, February 11, 2016.
Peter, Anthony and Callum xx BRITTLES - ELIZABETH ANN, February 11, 2016.
Cruelly, the Brittles home near Solihull School meant Jonathan was regularly reminded of the future of which he appeared to have been robbed.
Jonathan Brittle battled back from the brink of death, after suffering a heart attack days after major surgery to correct a faulty heart at Birmingham Children's Hospital, to take up a place at Solihull School.
Mrs Brittle and her husband Colin were told their son would need a further operation to replace a leaking aortic valve at around the age of 13.
Both plants produce nougats and caramels, fudge, bonbons and peanut, cashew and almond brittles.
In another room, peanut brittle bubbled in huge copper vats before being spread by hand to cool on long metal tables.
Putting Peter Brittles behind bars, Mr Justice King, QC, described him as posing "a seriously high risk to the public.
Liverpool Crown Court heard that the first incident happened in the early hours of July 25 last year when Brittles, who was armed with a pair of scissors, attacked a security guard at student accommodation in South Hunter Street, in the city centre.