- adj.薄的，薄弱的; 易损坏的; 不足信的; 没有价值的;
- 比较级: flimsier;
- 最高级: flimsiest;
- 副词: flimsily;
- 名词: flimsiness;
It's the money that spurs these fishermen to risk a long ocean journey in their flimsy boats.
As the flimsy constructs soared, the men paid out twine until the kites reached three or four thousand feet.
She was wearing a flimsy pink dress that streamed out behind her.
She was wearing only a thin robe over a flimsy nightdress, and her feet were bare.
She felt cold in her flimsy dress.
The storm flattened the flimsy wooden huts that the villagers lived in.
This kind of paper is flimsy.
A very flimsy scheme it was; however, it was immediately executed.
He made a flimsy excuse.
The peace we seek in the world is not flimsy peace.
This was the challenging answer to the flimsy British network of guarantees in Eastern Europe.
He walked out fast, leaving the head waiter staring dubiously at the flimsy blue paper.
The charges were based on very flimsy evidence.
To some, this round trip illustrates how flimsy market consensus can be.
Many china business begin to withdraw, absorption safeguarding flimsy china carefully in real world.
Well, if you're like most people, you'll hide behind flimsy belief everything will sort itself out.
嗯, 你可能跟大部分人一样, 随便找个东西躲起来,以为事情会自行解决.
After rain the sky looked blue and was dotted with flimsy white clouds.
Armpit of capitate only leaf, peduncular and long and thin and flimsy.
She wore a flimsy dress.
Shuffling the flimsy biographical sheets, he barked questions in russian which the interpreter translated into German.
An architect draws designs on flimsy paper, and her buildings stand up through earthquakes.
Memories of the wind howls here , I flimsy blowing the Arts.
Can firm backside also have tear? Shed tear to you can become flimsy?
坚强的背后也会有眼泪 吗 ?是不是流了眼泪就会变脆弱?
The evidence against him was flimsy.
Roman wore a smashed down hat with a flimsy brim all the way around it.
Marriage and CD are equally flimsy, once happen, grind, again also cannot bright and clean first.
婚姻和光盘一样脆弱, 一旦发生磨擦, 便再也不能光洁如初.
This is the flimsy gimmick of sale of very much time bar.
The flimsy old shack eventually succumbed to the wind and rain.
The police battered through the flimsy wooden door.
1. a thin strong light-weight translucent paper used especially for making carbon copies
1. lacking solidity or strength;
"a flimsy table"
"a fragile link with the past"
2. having little substance or significance;
"a flimsy excuse"
"a tenuous argument"
"a thin plot"
3. very thin and insubstantial;
"light summer dresses"
4. resembling cardboard especially in flimsiness;
"apartments with cardboard walls"