imbecility

[ im-buh-sil-i-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF imbecility

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Young Lady, who reads Dickens (wiping away the tear of imbecility).

His awkwardness is fearful, and gives the impression of imbecility.

Nothing but imbecility or treachery could have controlled his conduct.

We commented adversely upon the imbecility of that telegraphic style.

The only thing that at this distance of time strikes me as miraculous is the extent of my imbecility.

He wants "to put Impotence and Imbecility upon us for Simplicity."

He would demonstrate their imbecility and his own greatness by his works.

Pecksniff should have been retired ten years ago—for imbecility.

May the good Lord be with us, and deliver us from idleness and imbecility; and especially, O!

Before you go, monsieur, give me some explanation of this imbecility!

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