Etymology
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frailty (n.)

mid-14c., freylte, from Old French fraileté "frailty, weakness," from Latin fragilitatem (nominative fragilitas) "weakness, frailty," from fragilis "fragile" (see fragility). Related: Frailties.

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Definitions of frailty

frailty (n.)
the state of being weak in health or body (especially from old age);
Synonyms: infirmity / debility / feebleness / frailness / valetudinarianism
frailty (n.)
moral weakness;
Synonyms: vice
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