Is it okay to use the modifier 'quite a' with adjective 'vulnerable' in referense to children?
I've been using "quite a vulnerable boy" for a very long time and have always found this phrase useful for writing reports on kindergarten boys that can easily get hurt.
However, I just entered the phrase "quite a vulnerable boy" in Google and found... only 2 results! This looks very suspicious. Before, I would enter even more refined quires and would get hundreds of different results. Is something wrong with that phrase? Perhaps, not in terms of grammar, but in terms of style?