Thesaurus / decrepitude

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I speak not, of course, of the decrepitude of old age and of the decay of the faculties.

In the School-RoomJohn S. Hart

The old Commedia dell' Arte, as we have seen, had sunk into decrepitude.

In passing from your threshold, I leave the curse, due to decrepitude, behind me.

His body feeble and emaciated, his mind stripped of its distinguishing faculties, he rapidly sunk into decrepitude.

He seemed an image of decrepitude, a symbol of approaching death.

There is the progress that moves away from infancy towards youth, towards maturity, towards age and decrepitude.

A Handful of StarsFrank W. Boreham

The deposit of these in the walls of the arteries impedes the circulation, and produces senility and decrepitude.

Harriet, still putting on a greater appearance of decrepitude, twitched away from him, and kept her place.

No disease but decrepitude was known in America till we introduced strong liquors, the source of all evils.

Voltaire's RomancesFranois-Marie Arouet

The girl does not see it, but the priest sees it with the long-sightedness of decrepitude.

The SaintAntonio Fogazzaro

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