Senile [adjective]

Definition of Senile:

failing in physical and mental capabilities due to old age

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Sentence/Example of Senile:

Infantile paradoxy is, however, very different to senile paradoxy.

The hunger that possessed her made her wag her head as if senile.

His father-in-law was paralyzed and his aunt-in-law was senile.

"I've not been as idle as Tode thinks," said Parrish, with a senile leer.

Her old husband, too, overheard it, and took snuff with a senile chuckle.

She resented this indignantly; felt that they regarded her as senile.

Otherwise Bach would be dead; Beethoven, middle-aged; Mozart, senile.

It is too depressing, these vagaries, these senile ramblings of a superannuated musician.

The latter, with a senile and pleased chuckle, tapped him on the chest.

He paused a moment to control his senile anger and then went quavering on.