- easily brake, broken or destroyed, and thus often of subtle or intricate structure
Etymology: From the adjective fragilis, formed on frag, the root of frangere, "to break". Cognate with frail.
- The chemist synthesizes a molecule.
- The UN tries to maintain the peace process in the region.
- He is a very person and gets easily depressed.
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