Children are the most vulnerable members of society.
I think you understand how vulnerable you are here.
She drew her legs up, feeling vulnerable and scared in the strange place.
They were vulnerable consumers facing the drastic measure of being cut off from their energy supplies.
Suddenly feeling alone and vulnerable in the wide hallway, she returned to her room and locked the door.
She pulled her knees to her chest, feeling small and vulnerable once more.
They need to be especially careful with young people who appear particularly vulnerable.
In our area, outdoor pets are vulnerable to attack from mountain lions, coyotes and even birds of prey.
There are many vulnerable people in our City Care system.
It shouldn't have taken almost losing him for her to realize how vulnerable he was.
The disabled and elderly populations are the most vulnerable to the effects of cuts to budgets for social services.
These plants are vulnerable to frost damage in winter and are therefore protected with boxes from October to May.
She's so vulnerable and practically incapable of doing anything on her own about her problems.
His job made him a vulnerable adult.
Anything less leaves everyone vulnerable to the whims of others.
Is there a particular type of person that is especially vulnerable to psychological problems?
There are difficulties involved in studying a potentially vulnerable group within a conflict situation.
The United Kingdom was vulnerable to attack from across the English Channel.
Benefits are for those who are most financially vulnerable in society and will be assessed and paid within government guidelines and the relevant legislation.
The idea of him being vulnerable to anyone floored her.
Pat's immune disorder made her especially vulnerable to infections, so she tried to avoid crowded public places.
I can't help feeling somewhat vulnerable in this respect myself.