frailty

[n] - moral weakness
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Frailty

Frail'ty (frāl'tȳ) noun ; plural Frailties (-tĭz). [ Middle English frelete , freilte , Old French frailet√© , from Latin fragilitas . See Frail , adjective , and confer Fragility .] 1. The...
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frailty

Origin: OE. Frelete, freilte, OF. Frailete, fr. L. Fragilitas. See Frail, and cf. Fragility. ... 1. The condition quality of being frail, physically, mentally, or morally, frailness; infirmity; weakness of resolution; liableness to be deceived or seduced. 'God knows our frailty, [and] pities our weakness.' (Locke) ... 2. A fault proceeding from wea...
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frailty

vice noun moral weakness
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Frailty

• (a.) A fault proceeding from weakness; foible; sin of infirmity. • (a.) The condition quality of being frail, physically, mentally, or morally, frailness; infirmity; weakness of resolution; liableness to be deceived or seduced.
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