Definitions for "Brittle"
Easily broken; apt to break; fragile; not tough or tenacious<-- contrast to flexible; usually hard -->.
Easy to break or crack.
If something is brittle it is easily broken. The periodic table
Patients who experience rapid disproportionate blood glucose changes despite practicing tight control, in good compliance with their insulin regimen.
caramelized sugar cooled in thin sheets
A term used to describe a type of diabetes that varies from good control to poor control and shows great fluctuations of sugar levels daily. Brittle diabetics find it very difficult to control their diabetes, and they show extreme reactions to changes in glucose and insulin levels in the bloodstream.
Keywords:  capacitance
It is a form of tenacity which defines a hammered mineral that results in a fine powder or small crumbs. Brittle minerals leave fine powder when scratched.
lacking warmth and generosity of spirit; "a brittle and calculating woman"
A paint coating lacking flexibility.
A condition of paper where it loses strength and deteriorates over time because of the acid with which it was made and the environment in which it is housed. Brittleness is determined by the two-double fold test. Brittle Materials and Reformatting
The term brittle, when applied to software, means software that may appear reliable, but will fail badly when presented with unusual data.
Keywords:  birthstones, brushed, finish
Birthstones Brushed finish
Keywords:  texture