- vulnerably delicate
"she has the fragile beauty of youth"
- lacking substance or significance
"a fragile claim to fame"
- These boxes are fragile.
- The cardboard boxes are fragile.
- The Earth's climate is fragile.
- Nature's equilibrium is very fragile.
- The model plane they built was fragile.
- I never said I was fragile.
- The balance of nature is very fragile.
- These fragile items must be insured against all risks.
- He attached a "Fragile" label to the package.
- Many fragile species are on the verge of extinction.
- Could you put these fragile things in a safe place?
- The label warns that the contents of the box are fragile.
- Flowers are so fragile and so beautiful, that you can't speak about them without poetry or metaphors.
- All of the longing and wishes for good fortune are wrapped up in the fragile skin of the dumplings.
- My chest had become softer than the fig tree's fruit and my heart had become more fragile than the fig tree's leaves.