Frail and Solid


Frail adjective - Easily broken.
Usage example: a frail eggshell

Solid is an antonym for frail in breakable topic.

Nearby Words: frailty, frailness


Solid adjective - Not showing weakness or uncertainty.
Usage example: some people see a solid handshake as a sign of strong character

Frail is an antonym for solid.

Nearby Words: solidify, solidly, solidity, solidified

Both words in one sentence

  • Minored in Asskicking The First Doctor might look like a frail old man, but he managed to beat an assassin in a direct fistfight in "The Romans" and killed or knocked out multiple characters by clobbering them over the head with a solid object ("The Reign of Terror", "The Time Meddler", almost "An Unearthly Child"...).
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