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Definition of Fragilely
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Literary usage of Fragilely
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1. Phases of Modern Music by Lawrence Gilman (1904)
"Grieg is not merely gracious and fragrant, piquant and fragilely lovely; he is all this, of course, but he is very much more: he is also a poet of the ..."
2. Modern Painting, Its Tendency and Meaning by Willard Huntington Wright, S. S. Van Dine (1915)
"Degas has given us well-balanced patterns with fragilely lovely surfaces. He was little interested in the traits of his models: he cared more for the ..."