caducity

[ kuh-doo-si-tee, -dyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF caducity

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Magpies, crows, and jays, evince symptoms of caducity at the same age.

The "caducity" and "persistency" of floral envelopes furnish some valuable characteristics for the distinction of species.

Pensive musings upon the caducity of the human race are, generally, rather feminine than masculine.

Let us deduct even from old age the years of infancy, the years of caducity, and the years of sleep,—alas!

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