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Synonyms for frail

the weight of a frail (basket) full of raisins or figs

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a basket for holding dried fruit (especially raisins or figs)

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physically weak

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wanting in moral strength, courage, or will

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easily broken or damaged or destroyed

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These suggestions provide, on the one hand, an image of the Adirondacks where even the frailest of individuals can relax and enjoy a pleasurable journey, and on the other, a series of do-it-yourself steps to become a fit an adequate sportsman.
The likeness of those who take (false deities as) Auliya (Protectors, helpers) other than Allah is the likeness of a spider who builds (for itself) a house; but verily, the frailest (weakest) of house is the spider's house-if they but knew.
44 became "Here the Frailest Leaves of Me" in 1867; No.
The dually eligible, who have very low incomes and have spent down their resources to be eligible for Medicaid, also tend to be the frailest of the frail elderly.
From higher still, let's say a satellite map, With every turning threshold of range and scope The center grows center-less, An assemblage of "dreamy anonymity," Strangely depthless, a flat and fracturing collage Of small lives moving en masse Like passing circuits across a motherboard No matter their ambitions or pains, no matter But matter animated By what you called the frailest "fragments of adjustment" Our idea of the world a frontier in extremis, Derelict, desolate, Which is to say, as you would say, what you saw As a fall and a forgetting, a banal eclipse That leaves us in the meantime, An erased horizon, and earth unchained from its sun.
Our Prediction: Medina will successfully fight to protect these workers who tend to California's frailest and most vulnerable citizens.
have done: using criteria developed for the frailest elderly residing in nursing homes to evaluate prescribing for noninstitutionalized elderly populations.
I continue to be amazed as the frailest of patients express the boldness of faith to survive in the midst of adversity, and at the same time, anguish over those who won't follow prescribed treatment regimens for so many conjured-up excuses.
Paratransit and human services transportation are important mobility options for older adults, particularly those with disabilities or who are the frailest.
In most cultures, there is some sort of meaningful contribution left for all but the frailest members of society, and they would be esteemed as holders of wisdom.
They're Batman's best friends -- protecting the frailest living among us in Gotham, not trying to destroy them.
mortality among the frailest individuals such that the heat wave victims
no one said they saw anything") and ran their hands along the solid wooden railing of the stairs down which, they were told, the frailest member of the Nine had been pushed.
No, with the Coveys you can't turn over a stone without discovering a scandal--reason beguiled by madness, madness luring reason the aging bachelor who traces the frailest thread right back to Mrs.
As an owner and operator of assisted living facilities in multiple states and a strong advocate of their place in caring for even the frailest seniors, I had long ignored pleas from family members to seek long-term care insurance or otherwise plan for nursing home care for my parents.