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vulnerable
used in The Bourne Supremacy

4 uses
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Definition
easily hurt or in need of help; or easily influenced or subject to temptation
  • Bourne raced back through the foliage towards the steps, checking once more before rendezvous, reducing his vulnerability.
    Chapter 13 (41% in)
  • I was a vulnerable target in the centre of an excited crowd.
    Chapter 4 (24% in)
  • If Nelson had a vulnerable side, it was in his extensive and not too discriminate search for sex, but insofar as it was heterosexual, and he was single, it was to be applauded, not condemned.
    Chapter 17 (72% in)
  • One spark entering the leaking valve and the exploding tank would send hot metal into its sister trucks' vulnerable shells.
    Chapter 29 (61% in)

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