Frail [adjective]

Definition of Frail:

breakable, weak

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Sentence/Example of Frail:

First, the movement of water could create frail,exposed crust.

Through committing herself to the frail bird’s recovery, Bloom realized she was feeling better, and watching Penguin become more independent made her want that for herself, too.

Of those deaths, 13 have so far been autopsied, with the results suggesting that common side effects may have contributed to severe reactions in frail, elderly people, according to the Norwegian Medicines Agency.

They’re intended to care for these elderly and frail residents and you have these schemes that are siphoning them away.

The by-now old and frail dog wags his tail to greet his master for whom he had patiently waited, and then promptly dies.

Long-term care facilities, which provide care to frail and older adults who can’t live independently, have been hit especially hard during the pandemic.

They had these frail, confused, sick residents, and nobody could really take care of them.

Over time, increased Medicare restrictions on nursing home eligibility pushed many frail seniors into assisted living, said Chris Murphy, executive director of Consumer Advocates for RCFE Reform, a San Diego nonprofit.

Over time, assisted living facilities have accepted frailer residents, and the industry’s population increasingly overlaps with that of nursing homes.

I had no sooner stepped upon the frail structure when it suddenly and unaccountably gave way in the middle.