(of a person) Not strong or sturdy; delicate and vulnerable
delicate: easily broken or damaged or destroyed; "a kite too delicate to fly safely"; "fragile porcelain plates"; "fragile old bones"; "a frail craft"
vulnerably delicate; "she has the fragile beauty of youth"
flimsy: lacking substance or significance; "slight evidence"; "a tenuous argument"; "a thin plot"; a fragile claim to fame"
(fragility) quality of being easily damaged or destroyed
(fragility) lack of physical strength
Fragile (original Spanish title Frágiles) is a 2005 Spanish horror film directed by Jaume Balagueró.
Fragile is the seventh album released by British band Dead or Alive in 2000. Like their album Fan the Flame (Part 1), this album has only seen a release in Japan, where the band is very popular. ...
Love Is Dead is the debut album by Estonian recording artist Kerli, released in the United States on July 8, 2008 by Island Records. ...
Fever is the eighth album by Australian singer Kylie Minogue, released in late 2001 in Europe and Australia, 2002 in North America by Parlophone, Mushroom and Capitol.
Fragile is the debut album by the band Saron Gas, which would eventually become Seether. The album was released only in South Africa. After this album, Wind-up Records asked the band to change their name, as Saron Gas was a homophone for sarin gas, a deadly nerve agent. ...
Seether is a rock band from Pretoria, South Africa, formed in 1999. The band is currently signed to Wind-up Records. ...
The term software brittleness refers to the increased difficulty in fixing older software that may appear reliable, but fails badly when presented with unusual data or altered in a seemingly minor way. The term is derived from analogies to metalworking.
"Fragile" is a song composed by English musician Sting from his 1987 album ...Nothing Like the Sun. Released as a single the following year, it placed to number 70 on the UK Singles Chart. ...
Fragile is the fourth album by the British progressive rock band Yes, released on Atlantic Records, catalogue 7211. ...
easily broken or destroyed, and thus often of subtle or intricate structure
(fragility) The condition or quality of being fragile; brittleness; frangibility; Weakness; feebleness; Liability to error and sin; frailty
(Fragility) Used to define the relative strength of an item to be packaged. A low fragility factor means strong and durable while a high fragility factor means fragile and delicate.
(Fragility) Exploding enemies – Creepers – put structures at risk, which makes them particularly terrifying to a proud architect or red stone electrician. Fires can also spread, destroying flammable materials (lumber, doors, nearby trees…). ...
(Fragility) The maximum load an equipment can stand before failure (malfunction, irreversible loss of performance or structural damage) occurs.
Easily breakable. Term denoting that goods should be handled with care.
An older wine, fully mature, of such age that it's declining.
Easily broken, by design intent. Usually such fragility serves a larger purpose which makes the overall system more reliable. ...
of a program or reasoning technique, easily broken, or failing to work unless all of the inputs are exactly right. cf. robust.
easily broken, such as the leaf tips of Dicranum viride.
An old, fully mature wine which is now 'declining' is described as fragile. It should be poured straight from the bottle rather than decanting it; this will retain the delicate aromas and flavours.