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See definition of anile on Dictionary.com
  • as ininfirm
  • as insenile
  • as inweakly
  • as indecrepit
  • as indoddering

synonyms for anile

  • ailing
  • anemic
  • decrepit
  • feeble
  • frail
  • ill
  • insecure
  • unstable
  • debilitated
  • delicate
  • enfeebled
  • failing
  • faint
  • faltering
  • flimsy
  • fragile
  • halting
  • irresolute
  • laid low
  • lame
  • sensile
  • shaky
  • unsound
  • unsubstantial
  • vacillating
  • wavering
  • wobbly
  • tottering
  • decrepit
  • infirm
  • senile
  • shaky
  • unsteady
  • weak
  • faltering
  • floundering
  • trembling
  • dotard
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antonyms for anile

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  • healthy
  • sound
  • strong
  • firm
  • hearty
  • robust
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    How to use anile in a sentence

    Locke was now far too eminent a man to be troubled by so anile a demonstration of folly.
    LOCKETHOMAS FOWLER
    He is evidently childish, and breaks now and then into an anile laugh at the thought, no doubt, of some dead old pot-house jest.
    NANCYRHODA BROUGHTON
    Our babbling, anile friend, in the very looseness of her prating has let out the truth.
    PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOL. 1, OCTOBER 2, 1841VARIOUS
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