fragile in a sentence

The balance of nature is very fragile.

The model plane they built was fragile.

He attached a fragile label to the package.

Find someone who has fractured a bone.

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Many fragile species are on the verge of extinction.

Birds are rare as fossils because of their fragile skeletons.

The ceasefire between the IRA and the British is still very fragile.

Birds are rare as fossils because of their fragile skeletons.

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Extreme caution must be used in moving this material because it is very fragile.

Be careful with that box, it has dishes and glasses in it, so it’s really fragile.

You’d better mark that package fragile so the movers know not to be too rough with it.

The ecosystem is this area is extremely fragile because it is so small and so specialized.

The use of force occurs more frequently in societies where loyalty to the state is fragile.

The government majority is quite fragile, and could break down if the coalition starts fighting amongst itself.

Coral reefs are home to over 25% of all marine life, and are the world’s most fragile and endangered ecosystem.

There is a Turkish proverb which states that man is harder than iron, stronger than stone, and more fragile than a rose.

Chapman Cohen once stated that Gods are fragile things, they may be killed by a whiff of science, or a dose of common sense.

Our country’s recovery from this recession is still quite fragile and could be seriously set back by an increase in inflation.

Our country’s recovery from this recession is still quite fragile and could be seriously set back by an increase in inflation.

Some people in Wales feel that tourism, though an important source of revenue for the country, endangers their fragile culture.