infirmity


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Synonyms for infirmity

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

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Families need to break the taboo of silence on infirmity and mortality that currently leads to two generations being robbed of a pleasant retirement, replacing it with the misery of a battle to meet escalating care costs.
In that period he had run and been beaten seven times, had suffered and overcome a painful splint and an infirmity of the wind - and had even been accused of giving less than his all in a finish.
Moeller eventually contracted mesothelioma and, together with his wife, filed suit against Garlock, claiming exposure to its gaskets was the substantial factor for his infirmity.
He lost a lot of weight and suffers weakness and severe infirmity," MENA quoted the head of the hospital where Mubarak is being treated as saying.
Age and infirmity affects most of us eventually, Mr Hemming.
ON THIS DAY LAST YEAR: Pope Benedict XVI announced he was leaving office on grounds of age and infirmity.
It is understandable that age and infirmity do affect a person's ability to keep up with property maintenance.
DESPITE navigating my infirmity this week we successfully tackled the day that strikes fear into the heart of parents the UK over.
Our market is people who are very socially isolated and often they have mental health infirmity or physical infirmity and need zimmer frames or wheelchairs.
As the article said, the concerts were important for those who would not see many people in the course of the week or get out much because of age or infirmity.
They, like the servant of Isaiah, were truly a people "crushed in infirmity," an infirmity not of their own making.
It also enables them to bring music to people who are unable to attend concerts because of infirmity or illness.
They are in various stages of infirmity and are more susceptible to illness than are their younger, healthier counterparts.
Although Vatican officials are now openly discussing the pope's physical deterioration, they have yet to specify what disease the pope is suffering, except to say it is an infirmity of the extrapyramidal nervous system.