- quality of being easily damaged or destroyed 2. [n] - lack of physical strength
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[ Latin fragilitas
: confer French fragilité
. Confer Frailty
The condition or quality of being fragile; brittleness; frangibility. Bacon. 2.
Weakness; feebleness. « An appearance of delicacy, and even of fragility
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Brittleness; liability to break, burst, or disintegrate. ... Synonym: fragilitas. ... Origin: L. Fragilitas ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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quality of being easily damaged or destroyed
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(frә-jil´ĭ-te) susceptibility, or lack of resistance, to influences capable of causing disruption of continuity or integrity.
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• (n.) The condition or quality of being fragile; brittleness; frangibility. • (n.) Weakness; feebleness. • (n.) Liability to error and sin; frailty.
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In glass physics, fragility characterizes how rapidly the dynamics of a material slow down as it is cooled toward the glass transition: materials with a higher fragility have a relatively narrow glass transition temperature range, while those with low fragility have a relatively broad glass transition temperature range. Physically, fragility may b
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Type: Term Pronunciation: fra-jil′i-tē Definitions: 1. Brittleness; liability to break, burst, or disintegrate. Synonyms: fragilitas
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A word used to define the relative strength of an item to be cased. A low fragility factor means strong and durable while a high fragility factor means fragile and delicate.
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- quality of being easily damaged or destroyed
- lack of physical strength
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