Putin has taken off the flimsy mask of democracy to reveal himself in full as the would-be KGB dictator he has always been.
On the last Sunday in March, Marina is hanging diapers on a flimsy clothesline stuck in the grass in the small backyard.
Zuckerberg, or at least the narrow, shallow portrait painted of him in The Social Network, seems to embody that flimsy promise.
If Wolff aspires to write history, he will have to do better than flimsy, boring, false potboilers.
However, the case against her was flimsy and much of the evidence against her was circumstantial.
The walls of the hut were made of a network of palm leaves and so flimsy that the beast could have burst through at a bound.
He passed through, and the flimsy covering fell to behind him.
He had more than once smiled bitterly to himself at the consciousness of the flimsy bulwark; but he found it invaluable.
But the folding of the flimsy batch on his knee was executed with thoughtful nicety.
But he had no confidence in the flimsy birch bark; so he got out his jackknife and bade Billy get out his.
A copy of a bill, artwork, etc, on thin paper (1857+)