(of a person) weak and delicate.
Example : - his small and frail body.
- the country's frail economy.
Synonyms (similar) : infirmweakweakenedfeebleenfeebleddebilitatedincapacitatedwasteddelicateslight
Antonyms (opposite) : Robuststrongfit
End of pregnancy by means of natural causes (miscarriage) or by surgical or medical procedures.
1. a natural ability to do something.
2. suitability or fitness
the slow escape/flow of a liquid or gas through a porous material or small holes.
process of oozing
- breathing with a husky or whistling sound
- a clever or amusing scheme or trick
- Move or go with an smooth up and down motion.
- having a smoothly rising and falling form or outline or a wave like motion. (undulated or undulating)
- move one's hand to and fro in greeting or as a signal.
- style (hair) so that it curls slightly.
- a sudden occurrence of or increase in a phenomenon, feeling, or emotion.
- a ridge of water between two depressions in open water.
- a substance or material capable of polishing or cleaning a hard surface by rubbing or grinding. (adjective)
- showing little concern for the feeling of others. (adjective)
- a substance is used for cleaning, polishing, or grinding hard surfaces. (noun)
- courteous and gallant i.e. for a man who is protective towards women.
- being attentive toward women.
- relating to the historical notion of chivalry i.e. courageous kings and warriors.
plural of feudatory.
- of or pertaining to the relation of a feudal vassal to his lord.
- very strong feelings of love (romantic ardour)
- very strong feelings of admiration or excitement (revolutionary ardour)
to make or being brittle.
to make something breakable.
to make or being weak.
being of striking appropriateness and pertinence.
recurring in scattered and irregular or unpredictable instances.
old-fashioned and no longer used or useful
- breadth, range, or magnitude.
- the greatest distance that a wave, especially a sound or radio wave, moves up and down.
Affect with wonder (~verb)
a person who is professionally qualified to prepare and dispense medicinal drugs.
a person who sets up a business or businesses, taking on financial risks in the hope of profit.
pronounce words in a religious rite in order to confer or invoke divine favour upon; ask God to look favourably on.
(of God or some notional higher power) endow someone with (a particular cherished thing or attribute).
- to remove the sacred character of
- transfer (a building) from sacred to secular use. (secularism)
- the act of removing a religious blessing from something that had been previously consecrated. (deconsecration or secularization)
- physical substance in general, as distinct from mind and spirit;
- a subject or situation under consideration.
the process of making something free from bacteria or other living microorganisms (ex: disinfection and sterilization of surgical equipment)
the surgical procedure to make a person or animal unable to produce offspring.
The rules of polite and correct behavior in society or profession.
fluent or persuasive in speaking or writing
Small edible package made usually from gelatin or other materials that can be filled with drugs (solids or liquids) to produce a unit dose, mainly for oral use. Hard capsules consist of two pieces that fit one inside the other which are produced empty and filled in a separate operation, and soft, liquid-filled cap- sules, which are manufactured and filled in one operation.
Close, tight aggregation of colloid particles, emulsion droplets, suspension par- ticles, which are difficult to redisperse.
1. the capacity to withstand or to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness.
2. the ability of a substance or object to spring back into shape; elasticity.