Is flimsy a noun?
No, it is not a noun. Flimsy is an adjective meaning insubstantial or cheap.
It is an adjective. Nouns are persons, places or things and verbs are actions. Flimsy (and other adjectives) modify nouns.
lacking solidity or strength; "a flimsy table"; "flimsy construction" wordnet.princeton.edu/perl/webwn
The joke pen was a bit flimsy. He is such a flimsy hunter that he wouldn't even catch a deaf, sleeping elephant. The boarder was flimsy.
His flimsy excuses just don't hold water. The flimsy walls shook when the train rolled past.
flimsy is it greek or latin
the flimsy paper ripped with ease.
The word flimsy is an adjective. It means weak or fragile.
The opposite of flimsy is sturdy. Also tough, durable, or well-built.
Paier's jacket was too flimsy. It wasnt enough to keep him warm.
The flimsy wooden stick broke the second David stepped on it.
Saying that your book report blew out the car window is a flimsy excuse.
Not ordinarily. Both uses of the word tissue (paper, biological cells) are concrete. Only the metaphorical use (a flimsy construct) would be abstract, e.g. a tissue of lies.
Make sure to use it as an adjective for something lightweight or not very sturdy. Also, something that is lame or unconvincing. i.e. Kara definitely would not have worn that flimsy top if she had known it was going to snow! i.e. Did he honestly think I would fall for that flimsy excuse?
The flimsy cardboard box fell apart as soon as I put the cake in it. I could see her street clothes under the flimsy sheer costume. (costume is an object) Italics: subject Bold: adjectives
It is spelled "flimsy".
Sturdy is an antonym for flimsy. For example, in the following sentences: Dave built his deck with cheap materials, resulting in a flimsy deck, while Joe used quality materials, which resulted in a sturdy deck. Company ABC uses cheap materials in their construction, resulting in flimsy work, while company XYZ uses quality materials, which results in sturdy work.
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kimsey, Lindsey, lindsay... if anyone has any other words, please feel free to add... i need a slogan that has lindsey in it and flimsy is the only word that works!
Yes, it will.
weak or flimsy maybe
The antonym of durable is flimsy or ephemeral.
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cursory, hasty, flimsy, ignorant
Synonyms for the adjective 'gratuitous' as a word that describes a noun as done or provided freely with nothing expected in return, are: complimentary costless free of charge gratis on the house unpaid voluntary Synonyms for the adjective 'gratuitous' as a word that describes a noun as uncalled for; lacking good reason, are: baseless flimsy groundless unfounded unjustified unwarranted
The letters LFMSIY can spell out the word "flimsy".
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Holmes on Homes - 2001 Flimsy Floor 1-6 was released on: USA: 26 April 2003
A flimsy person is a person which is weak. Whether that person is weak, as in strength wise, or in weak of personality, the person isn't strong. Not emotionaly. A person who is afraid, and longs ever so much to be brave.
A garment made from flimsy sheer or silky fabric that is worn with a peignoir might be a robe or a slip. Each of these items are worn with the peignoir.?æ
no because their lims/fins are too flimsy
Flimsy Undisisive Pushover Walkoner
delicate. flimsy. frail. slight. tenuous. thin.
both are pretty flimsy creatures, but tropical probably :)
Not durable can mean flimsy, fragile, impermanent, temporary, or weak.
Yes, it is. It can mean either not costly (item), flimsy, or stingy (person).
The word could be fragile, or possible flimsy.
feeble, weak, puny, infirm, flimsy, delicated, vulnerable, insubstantial
"Robin legs are as flimsy as a gummy worm"
An antonym to lacking support could be flimsy.
Synonyms for light (verbs, noun, adjective) VERB - To illuminate light, illume, illumine, lighten, brighten VERB - To set afire ignite, kindle, burn VERB - To alight land, perch, settle, sit NOUN - Brightness / A source of light lamp, illumination, beam ADJECTIVE - Not heavy airy, flimsy, ethereal, slight, miniscule ADJECTIVE - In a small amount minute, sparse, superficial
One synonym could be "delicate" (another could be flimsy).
I don't know and I've been looking every where all day for it.
no, it would have to measured in rotten carrots...especially when they are all flimsy and bendable.
use long flimsy bead-like fake flowers.
It hunts other small insects. It does not depend on its web which is small and flimsy.
Flimssy means, light, fragile, without strength, something that is weak or trivial