Impotence [noun]

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Sentence/Example of Impotence:

This gives the book a feeling of impotence at best and dangerously misdirected blame at worst.

In a voice thick with the torturing rage of impotence he gave the order upon which the grim Parisian insisted.

One of its characteristic features was the acknowledged impotence of the gods to secure future happiness.

Their "lameness" and "ineptness" and "impotence" plainly arose from disinclination alone.

During the revolutionary war the French believed that they could reduce England to impotence by ruining her commerce.

Must we also consider impotence and sickness a form, because sickness and vice can and do accomplish many things badly?

If quality consist in a form, in a character and a reason, how could one thus explain impotence and ugliness?

A special danger of persistent masturbation is to be found in the possibility that impotence may result.

Discipline still held; the dominance of that black-bearded Hercules still vised all opposition into impotence.

These "weak inventions" only emphasize our impotence to strive with the subtle element about and above.