defenselessness

[ dih-fens or especially for 7, 9, dee-fens ]SEE DEFINITION OF defenselessness
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We've got to be wolves and prey upon the poor lamb in her moment of defenselessness.

I love you enough to respect your defenselessness, but I can not let you go to be, perhaps, another's.

Then he's in a pickle to free his weapon again before one of the messy-looking devils takes advantage of his defenselessness.

The cynic of a moment ago had dropped suddenly into a sleep of more than childish weakness and defenselessness.

And men, as they grow gross and impudent, abuse and offend their defenselessness.

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