Synonyms of frail in English:

frail


See definition of frail

adjective

1‘her elderly parents had become frail’

SYNONYMS
infirm, weak, weakened, feeble, enfeebled, debilitated, incapacitated, wasted
delicate, slight, slender, puny
ill, ailing, unwell, sickly, poorly, in poor health
decrepit, doddering, tottering, shaky
informal weedy
ANTONYMS

strong, fit

2‘some houses are frail structures of cardboard and plywood’

SYNONYMS
fragile, breakable, easily broken, easily damaged, delicate, flimsy, insubstantial
unsteady, unstable, rickety, ramshackle
informal teetery, jerry-built
British informal wonky, dicky, dodgy
rare frangible
ANTONYMS

robust

3‘the workers were frail creatures enslaved by the machines’

SYNONYMS
weak, easily led, easily tempted, susceptible, impressionable, malleable, vulnerable, defenceless, impotent
fallible, errant, erring, flawed, imperfect
rare resistless
ANTONYMS

strong