frailness


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  • noun

Synonyms for frailness

Synonyms for frailness

the state of being weak in health or body (especially from old age)

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A resonating concern about property values among respondents revolves around the frailness of lower profile assets, especially in non-gateway cities.
Oscar-winner Kate said she and the Cat on a Hot Tin Roof star, who died from heart failure in March, shared a frailness.
His most limiting attribute was his physical frailness that was evident despite his show of manly prowess.
Yet their frailness and lack of transportation may be factors.
Anemia is not a normal part of aging, yet it's fairly common in older adults and causes frailness, weakness and increased risk of falls.
After breeding telomerase-deficient mice for six to seven generations, scientists have been able to create strains of "telomerase knockout" mice that do age like humans, and show classical symptoms of human aging including graying hair, frailness, spontaneous malignancies, etc.
My mom was bright, compassionate and fun; a positive thinker and seeker before blindness, deafness and frailness tempted her with deep sadness, depression, confusion and frustration.
For Cording, contemplation begins with the world's frailness, that we might arrive at the strength of its being.
Traditional bathing methods can cause problems due to the limited mobility, general frailness and in some cases, the obesity of the patient.