frangible frangible


  • (adj) capable of being broken

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  1. And investigators are likely to ask why the steel light tower wasn't made of frangible material, which breaks easily on impact--another usual FAA mandate.
  2. They fret in frustrated juxtaposition, kept from an explosive embrace by a frangible barrier of chemical propriety.
  3. There will be a strong transfusion from Britain, a wad of adaptations, a spare and frangible offering of original work, and a lot of music.


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tacit tacit
/ˈtæ sɪt /