debility[ dih-bil-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF debility
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEBILITY
It is wrong that the Unknown should profit by man's debility and ignorance.
It affects the nerves, causing irritability and debility in them.
One is not accountable for words uttered in moments of debility and hunger.
This is, generally, the result of debility, or severe labor.
They lead to excitement and debility, sometimes to danger and disease.
The debility of age and dropsical legs had long oppressed him.
Such is the power of oratory, and such the debility of the human understanding!
Either a cathartic or an emetic will leave the system under some debility.
A valuable tonic in all conditions of debility and want of appetite.
Twenty lines a week for six months: what a "cure" for debility!