Thesaurus / dotage
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The ministers of Edward's dotage could not hold France nor even keep England quiet.
THE HISTORY OF ENGLANDT.F. TOUT
The great warrior king in his dotage is the degraded creature of wicked Alice Perrers.
THE CHAUTAUQUAN, VOL. III, MARCH 1883THE CHAUTAUQUAN LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC CIRCLE
Dotage, or the mental imbecility produced by excessive old age, is also a disqualification for admission.
THE PRINCIPLES OF MASONIC LAWALBERT G. MACKEY
I looked in the face of the Archbishop; there was an expression of helplessness in it, which almost amounted to dotage.
THE BIBLE IN SPAINGEORGE BORROW
The Song of Roland does not give this portrait of Charlemagne's dotage.
RENAISSANCE IN ITALY: ITALIAN LITERATUREJOHN ADDINGTON SYMONDS
Instead of being in our dotage when we reach threescore years and ten, we should still be fit to serve our day and generation.
But, no, no; Porthos is not yet an invalid, and Aramis is not yet in his dotage.
THE VICOMTE DE BRAGELONNEALEXANDRE DUMAS
His table talk justifies his title to that appellation, by showing that he is in his dotage.
The idea of dotage encroaching upon wisdom will solve all the phenomena of the character of Polonius.
We went once into the belfry where the poor old bell, in its dotage, still hangs.
AUTUMN IMPRESSIONS OF THE GIRONDEISABEL GIBERNE SIEVEKING
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