frangibility, fragileness, breakability, goody, airiness, debility, slightness, frangibleness, discretion, discreetness, unsoundness, puniness, delicateness, weakliness, dainty, fineness, kickshaw, finesse, insubstantiality, unsubstantiality, strong, diplomacy, daintiness, treat
brittleness (part of speech: noun)
feebleness (part of speech: noun)
excitability (part of speech: noun)
explosiveness, ardency, impulsiveness, sensitivity, recklessness, rashness, crankiness, quick-temperedness, short-temperedness, combustibility, brittleness, hot-temperedness, tempestuousness, excitableness, touchiness, nervousness, storminess, volatility, edginess, emotionality, irritability, passion
- And he had found that she had been ill, and there was a fragility and pallor about her that seemed to him quite heart- breaking. - "A Venetian June", Anna Fuller.
- Something in the fragility of her appearance, and the weight with which she leaned upon her husband's arm, seemed to mark her as an invalid, and this expression was in a measure heightened by her black lace dress, which, combined with the too perfect complexion and slight figure, gave to her face an almost ethereal expression. - "Mr. Marx's Secret", E. Phillips Oppenheim.
- There was the same fictitious glitter, the same fragility of spurious jewels. - "Fromont and Risler, Complete", Alphonse Daudet Last Updated: March 3, 2009.