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frail

A woman. The phrase comes from rhyming slang in which "frail frame" rhymes with "dame." Look at that frail, walking in here like she owns the place.

twist

and frail
n. a girl; a woman. (Underworld. Possibly rhyming slang twist and twirl = girl and frail frame = dame. Detective novels and movies.) This good-looking twist comes over to the table and asks Lefty if he’d like to dance. I’ll shoot the frail if you don’t hand it over!

frail

verb
See twist

twist

/wrap around (one's) little finger
To dominate utterly and effortlessly.
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He got out of bed to greet us, much frailer than he had been in May.
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Gran is getting frailer by the day and needs everything doing for her.
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She was accompanied by what looked like her mother, even frailer than her.
The visits are organized by the Holocaust Education Trust, whose chief executive Karen Pollock said: 'With survivors of the Holocaust becoming fewer and frailer, this is an essential added dimension to Holocaust education.