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    1. huge, slab-like doors, into which he bent so that he could give his arm to a frail old

    2. ’ I assured her, thinking that it would have been kinder if Jack hadn’t lived to fade slowly away with emphysema – he’d not found life at all easy and it had cut me up terribly watching him degenerate into frail helplessness

    3. he would break her into a thousand pieces if he exerted any force upon her frail form

    4. seemed almost frail, as though it could not carry the burden of terror that forever

    5. a flick Oliver holds the frail woman's head

    6. The guard grabbed hold of MacKenzie’s frail arm, visibly bruising him as he hauled

    7. The two goons by the door circled slowly and aimed punches and kicks at my frail body while the man stood over me and shouted out his frustrations

    8. He leaned forward and kissed the limpid skin of her neck gently, afraid that he would break her into a thousand pieces if he exerted any force upon her frail form

    9. On the ground the shape seemed almost frail, as though it could not carry the burden of terror that forever dogged its tracks, but as Lucy moved closer, as the figure gathered its limbs together and began to unbend, began to straighten and stand, she saw with horror that he, for it must be masculine, was tall and thick set and lithe, as if he were a wolf or a hunting cat

    10. The guard grabbed hold of MacKenzie’s frail arm, visibly bruising him as he hauled him forward into the painful glare of the candles floating on their ledges

    11. She had grown so weak and looked so frail but yet there

    12. A frail string of lights hanging in the darkness - and such dense darkness there would be without the tender sparks

    13. To everyone's delight, in the doorway appeared the frail and gallant old man who had played for the crowd in the square

    14. although she was old and frail, for although she did have a heart of

    15. cap it all, the frail old dowager was summoned to have words with

    16. “Is he so frail he can’t know the truth?”

    17. 'I know that when her parents grew too frail to look after themselves Bunty came back to this country to take over the running of the household … then, after her father died, she looked after her mother

    18. You must keep with her training,” said Chloe, putting her hands on her hips in a frail attempt at a demand

    19. ” My father was always in the shop, and my mother was always so frail; I was relied upon to perform the majority of the household chores and duties growing up

    20. She was much stranger than he would have imagined; a golden halo surrounded her body, which was that of a frail old woman, with fine, white hair covering her skin

    21. The skull was of enormous capacity, but the body of the man was small and frail, twisted in the shoulders and back

    22. He was on the verge of peeling back the elf's hood when Solo Ki's frail fingers stirred and clutched the cup of tea steeping before him

    23. " 'Scuse me mister" called a frail little lady in a dull turquoise coat, "I have a tea service here but the spout is dented and the inside is stained, I can hardly get my old fingers inside to clean it properly now

    24. "Its Poltice the Fourth so I've been told" said the frail one whose arms were shaking at the strain of the heavy silver set

    25. But her parents were frail, they would need help, and so that was where she would head for

    26. Several other soldiers made a feeble effort to aid him, but their wizened and frail frames added little resistance

    27. The goddess, once so powerful, was now so helpless and frail -- her opaque skin seemingly fragile as an egg shell

    28. Maybe he was ashamed to have such a frail child as his heir

    29. He likely would have slapped her back in congratulations, had such a blow not broken her frail body

    30. Her muscles were weak, her bones frail

    31. in one frail, bony hand, she held M’jllner – the massive hammer over twice her size

    32. But rather unexpectedly, the powerful hammer of Rag’nerack did – though it was held in the frail hands of a now shrunken, and ancient looking Dona’Cora

    33. As we moved in the corridor, a frail matka stopped Bajrang

    34. as many others, that she's a frail female and utterly

    35. She looked very old and frail suddenly, as if the news had aged her by a good number of years

    36. It felt so thin and frail that she wanted to cry all over again

    37. She looked down at the old man on the ground, his regal clothes stained and torn, his body so frail

    38. No matter how many fowl he devoured, bones and all - and it had amounted to a fair few during his lifetime - Mr Pinscher retained the appearance of a frail and listless marionette, that has been abandoned by its master

    39. She felt so thin and frail in my arms

    40. She may have looked thin and frail but the gun she had trained on Joss was the deciding factor

    41. She was a slight figure, frail enough that childbirth could be a great risk to her and the infant

    42. ” And she looked so frail and vulnerable like a little bird and I tried to stop her going on but I couldn’t

    43. Still if she could do a bit of cooking it would take her mind off her worries and would possibly do some good for her body which looked sunk and frail

    44. The one thing that was still the same however were her sharp mischievous blue eyes they stared at me now as I walked over to the bed I hugged her but she felt like a small frail bird

    45. frail and old for the first time as he and his brother took turns to

    46. ” She started coughing again and I held her to me she felt like a little bird frail and tiny then I gave her a drink of water she took a sip and settled down

    47. “They saw him as immortal, and you took that away from him and proved that he was just as mortal as the rest of us, just as frail, and they don’t want frailty, they want strength

    48. Her frame seemed tiny with casual clothes hugged against it, frail and delicate, not even fully formed yet

    49. Frail women and children were trampled underfoot in the mad rush; men forgot their chivalry in the fight for food, which they usually wanted for their own little ones, and few but the most resolute, and therefore the least needy, ventured into the seething crowd

    50. The young sow bounced just once after hitting the hard surface of the road, her small frail body bursting as a car smashed into it

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    Synonyme für "frail"

    frail delicate fragile fallible imperfect weak tender feeble