Synonyms of fragile in English:

fragile


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adjective

1‘she was anxious about her fragile porcelain’

SYNONYMS
breakable, easily broken, brittle, frangible, smashable, splintery, flimsy, weak, frail, insubstantial, delicate, dainty, fine
eggshell
ANTONYMS

robust

2‘moves were made to consolidate the fragile ceasefire’

SYNONYMS
tenuous, easily broken, easily destroyed, easily threatened, vulnerable, perilous, flimsy, shaky, rocky, risky, unreliable, suspect, nebulous, unsound, insecure
informal iffy, dicey
British informal dodgy
ANTONYMS

sound, durable

3‘she is still very fragile after her ordeal’

SYNONYMS
weak, delicate, frail, debilitated, tottery, shaky, trembly, ill, unwell, ailing, poorly, sickly, infirm, feeble, enfeebled, unsound
British informal dicky
ANTONYMS

strong