I noun blemish, breakability, brittleness, debility, defect, defectiveness, deficiency, delicacy, demerit, destructibility, enervation, failing, failure, failure of strength, fallibility, fault, feebleness, flaw, flimsiness, foible, fragilitas, fragility, human weakness, imperfection, imperfectness, impotence, inadequacy, infirmitas, infirmity, instability, liability to err, loss of strength, peccability, proneness to error, shortcoming, unsoundness, unworthiness, vulnerability, vulnerableness, want of moral strength, weak point, weak side, weakness associated concepts: human frailty II index defect, disability (physical inability), disadvantage, fault (weakness), flaw, foible, impuissance

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