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  1. Tugis says:
    Jun 30,  · Fragile X syndrome is a rare genetic developmental disability that is the leading known cause of both inherited intellectual disability and autism spectrum disorder, affecting 1 in 3, to 4,
  2. Mezikasa says:
    1 day ago · A subreddit for mocking reddit's large, vocal, and hypocritical fragile white population. We are a satirical /r/TopMindsOfReddit style meta sub where a mocking tone is highly encouraged. Courtesy warning, this is not a safe space (in the proper sense) for those who'd simply rather avoid bigots and not have to argue for their own dignity and.
  3. Samutilar says:
    Fragile definition, easily broken, shattered, or damaged; delicate; brittle; frail: a fragile ceramic container; a very fragile alliance. See more.
  4. Arashikazahn says:
    How does the adjective fragile contrast with its synonyms? Some common synonyms of fragile are brittle, crisp, frangible, and friable. While all these words mean "breaking easily," fragile implies extreme delicacy of material or construction and need for careful handling. a fragile antique chair.
  5. Mojind says:
    1 day ago · Proliferating global networks, both physical and virtual, inevitably incorporate more fat-tail risks into a more interdependent and “fragile” system: not only risks such as pathogens but also.
  6. Tagar says:
    Fragile is a story about love, love that endures all. Hardy Bradford is the man. He's handsome, dating the pretty head cheerleader and is the starting quarterback for his school. While at the park with4/5.
  7. Jukazahn says:
    Fragile definition is - easily broken or destroyed. How to use fragile in a sentence. Synonym Discussion of fragile.
  8. Mezijar says:
    These adjectives mean easily broken or damaged. Fragile applies to objects that are not made of strong or sturdy material and that require great care when handled: fragile porcelain plates.
  9. Febar says:
    frag·ile (frăj′əl, -īl′) adj. 1. Easily broken, damaged, or destroyed. 2. Lacking physical or emotional strength; delicate: a fragile personality. 3. Lacking substance; tenuous or flimsy: a fragile claim to fame. [French, from Old French, from Latin fragilis, from frangere, frag-, to break; see bhreg- in Indo-European roots.] frag′ile·ly adv.

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