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Synonyms for breakable

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Synonyms for breakable

easily broken or damaged

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Antonyms for breakable

an article that is fragile and easily broken

Related Words

capable of being broken or damaged


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In other larger rooms, placement of decorations and breakables will be a challenge that must be well thought out.
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Just make sure they don't swing it about near breakables.
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It's also warmer underfoot and kinder if you accidentally drop breakables.
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