noun, plural frail·ties for 3.
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Equally vital is Goths’ ability to find humor, irony and beauty in supposedly “ugly” sources, such as flowers that grow by a cemetery or the absurd frailties of the aging body.Do ‘elder Goths’ hold the secret to aging successfully?|David Walter|January 12, 2021|Washington Post
You’ve also taken a mature position on your parents and their frailties.
A lovely, empathetic novel about middle-aged mental frailty.
For many seniors, driving represents the difference between isolation and the frailty spiral.
“This can then lead to inactivity, which can lead to frailty, then to ill health,” she says.
These Republicans still frighten voters with visions of an old age in poverty and frailty.
But we also need to recognize that racial bias is a human frailty of even good, well-meaning people.
He who shall pass judgment on the records of our life is the same that formed us in frailty.The Pocket R.L.S.|Robert Louis Stevenson
In the after days he won yet more glory and confidence, despite this showing of human frailty.God Wills It!|William Stearns Davis
Mr. Seward was no exception to this common frailty among mankind.My Life in Many States and in Foreign Lands|George Francis Train
He dreamt of man, but chiefly of God—of Gods goodness and greatness, of mans impotence and frailty.Islam Her Moral And Spiritual Value|Arthur Glyn Leonard
One always looks with some suspicion—such is the frailty of editorial and other samples of human nature!The Story of the "Britannia"|E. P. Statham