frae jihl [or] frae jaIl
easily damaged; delicate.
That antique vase is extremely fragile and needs to be handled with great care.
Her belief in herself is fragile: she needs encouragement, not criticism.
2. lacking in substance; flimsy.
His opponent tore apart his fragile argument.
That is a pretty fragile excuse for handing in an assignment late.
@ daep t@ b@l
1. having the capacity to be adapted.
This sofa is adaptable for use as a bed.
2. having the ability to adjust to particular needs or conditions.
The more adaptable a species is, the more likely it will survive.
Our company needs to be adaptable to changing consumer tastes.
unable to be intimidated or discouraged; not daunted; fearless.
Though wounded, the dauntless lieutenant continued to command his platoon.
The journalist was dauntless in her efforts to discover the truth.
having relevance to a given matter; pertinent; significant.
That’s an interesting comment, but it’s not germane to the present discussion.
pae sh@ niht
1. capable of or showing strong emotions.
The composer’s dramatic music shows his passionate nature.
There was a passionate outcry from the public when the city’s plan for the park was revealed.
2. having or showing a strong romantic desire.
The two were locked in a passionate embrace.
3. characterized or driven by intense feeling.
The mother made a passionate plea for help in finding her child.
He is a passionate advocate for solar power.
4. extremely enthusiastic.
I’ve always been a passionate moviegoer.
She is quite passionate about this new hobby.