Vulnerable

Capable of being hurt or damaged.
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vulnerable

[Adjective] A person is vulnerable when they are weak and unprotected.
Example: Newborn kittens are vulnerable.
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vulnerable

[adj] - susceptible to attack 2. [adj] - susceptible to criticism or persuasion or temptation 3. [adj] - capable of being wounded or hurt
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vulnerable

See susceptible
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Vulnerable

Vul'ner·a·ble adjective [ Latin vulnerabilis wounding, injurious, from vulnerare to wound, vulnus a wound; akin to Sanskrit vra...a : confer French vulnérable .] 1. Capable of being wounded; susceptible of wounds or external injuries; as, a vulnerable
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vulnerable

adjective capable of being wounded or hurt; `vulnerable parts of the body`
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Vulnerable

• (a.) Liable to injury; subject to be affected injuriously; assailable; as, a vulnerable reputation. • (a.) Capable of being wounded; susceptible of wounds or external injuries; as, a vulnerable body.
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Vulnerable

Capable of being hurt or damaged.
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Vulnerable

A species of special concern because of characteristics that make it particularly sensitive to human
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vulnerable

capable of being wounded or hurt
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vulnerable

capable of being wounded or hurt
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