Thesaurus / imbecility

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Consternation ruled supreme, treason and imbecility were everywhere charged against the authorities.

The Life of Napoleon BonaparteWilliam Milligan Sloane

For two years more he lingered, sinking slowly into unconsciousness and imbecility.

Queen VictoriaLytton Strachey

He moved away reluctantly, and again she almost laughed at his imbecility.

In imbecility the fault is in the will, rather than in the intellect, in the middle and highest grades.

At times he was on the border-land of imbecility; his mind looked into a cloudy chaos, a shapeless whirl of nothings.

New Grub StreetGeorge Gissing

It is characterized by goiter, marked deformities and imbecility.

Being Well-BornMichael F. Guyer

Not very long after, I witnessed an act of imbecility yet more laughable.

I know it must be a trial to have an uncle on the verge of imbecility—but bear with me.

Imbecility of brain may be worse than headache, but I don't think it can produce it.

Phineas FinnAnthony Trollope

Nor was gravity with him that unmeaning veil to imbecility which Rochefoucauld has so happily called "the mystery of the body."

Devereux, CompleteEdward Bulwer-Lytton

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