28) Jesus' poverty is the frailness
of his utter humanity, the fragility of a public human history, terminating in the catastrophic exhaustion of crucifixion.
Part of a feminine appearance is frailness
Under non-tax-qualified LTC policies, assistance with IADLs caused by frailness
is often covered.
Many carers wouldn't define themselves as such but a carer is anyone who provides help and support for someone who could not otherwise manage due to illness, disability or frailness
She is dressed in neatly cared for clothes but one cannot help focusing on her emaciation, her frailness
, and lack of affect.
Many of us tend to equate small size with frailness
, but these small birds are anything but frail.
This bestows her with an infant-like frailness
, which may evoke strong innate impulses in the spectator to protect and nurture.
He's larger than life in every sense of the word, but strives to hide his frailness
and advancing years from his drinking companions and his royal friend Prince Hal.
His apparent frailness
was enough to make mums weep.
and strength in an AIDS-affected community: A study of seropositive gay men and voluntary caregivers.