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tenuous rate
lacking substance; flimsy; weak; sleder or delicate
tenuous rate
(Adjective) long and thin
tenuous rate
(Adjective) shaky, not sturdy, about to fall apart
Usage: Her tenuous hold on her temper was broken when he called to cancel a date for the fifth time in a month.

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