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Adjective: vulnerable  vúl-nu-ru-bul
  1. Susceptible to attack
    "a vulnerable bridge"
  2. Susceptible to criticism, persuasion or temptation
    "vulnerable to bribery"; "an argument vulnerable to refutation"
  3. Capable of being wounded or hurt
    "vulnerable parts of the body"

See also: assailable, compromising, conquerable, dangerous, defenceless [Brit, Cdn], defenseless [US], endangered, indefensible, insecure, open, out on a limb, penetrable, susceptible, threatened, undefendable, undefended, under attack, under fire, unguarded, unprotected, unsafe, weak

Antonym: invulnerable

Encyclopedia: Vulnerable