flimsily flimsily


  • (adv) in a weak and flimsy manner


  1. Though many of those tales flow from flimsily documented stories in the Manila press, which now enjoys unprecedented freedom, Filipinos follow them avidly.
  2. The railroads, hastily and flimsily built, also had an appalling accident rate.
  3. Richard Condon's apocalyptic pocketa-pocketa has produced a resplendent collection of giants, ogres and drowsy princesses, all flimsily disguised as people.
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/ˈtæn dʒə bəl /