One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Occasionally I came upon a precocious spray of Dutchman's breeches, or wild bleedingheart, hung frailly with delicately transparent shell-like blossoms.’
- ‘Throughout his triumphs and scandals, and everything in between, he comes across as completely genuine and frailly human.’
- ‘Imagine approaching the Earth after a long trip in outer space - at first it's just a little blue orb floating frailly in a pitch-black expanse, but as you approach, you're soon able to make out various features, like a topographical map.’
- ‘That was the question wavering frailly on my mind as I slid down the back of the wall and broke out in uncontrollable sobs.’
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