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Synonyms for fragility
frəˈdʒɪl ɪ tifragili·ty

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  1. fragility, breakability, frangibleness, frangibilitynoun

    quality of being easily damaged or destroyed

    frangibility, breakability, delicacy, frangibleness

  2. fragility, delicacynoun

    lack of physical strength

    daintiness, delicacy, dainty, diplomacy, finesse, frangibleness, slightness, breakability, fineness, frangibility, airiness, treat, kickshaw, goody, discreetness, discretion

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  1. fragilitynoun

    brittleness, frangibleness

  2. fragilitynoun

    frailty, weakness, feebleness

Synonyms, Antonyms & Associated Words

  1. fragilitynoun

    brittleness, frangibility, frailty

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  1. Ian Prior:

    What you see is constant references to White privilege, White supremacy, White fragility, and really focusing on kids not as individuals with their own skills, talents, dreams and goals, but instead looking at kids through an identity group lens.

  2. Cynthia Ohayon:

    The timing is not random, we are at a moment of political fragility because the country is coming out of a transition after 27 years and the new government is just starting to get to work.

  3. Andrew Weiss:

    These tools may hurt and bite over time, but the inherent fragility of the Ukraine is so high it is working against the ability of the West to achieve its goals.

  4. Michael Thiele:

    It's almost as if honey bees make the fragility of life so palpable, and as if they are really mirroring where we are on this time on this planet.

  5. Francesca Knittel Bowyer:

    Mummy had the fragility of an orchid, the energy of a hummingbird, the tenacity of a hunter. She could change calm waters into a raging storm with a look and the lift of a finger, my heart is a hole without her, but that hole will definitely be filled with incredible memories, sweet, salty and funny. I want her memory to linger with those who knew her and be given to those who did not.

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