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Noun(1) the state of being weak in health or body (especially from old age
(1) Health expenses means expenditure on the diagnosis, prevention or treatment of illness, injury, infirmity or disability.(2) That's generally a good indication of mental infirmity .(3) Many owners have found they were no longer able to use them as they got older because ill health or infirmity prevented them from travelling.(4) That is to say it did not stem from any inherent infirmity or weakness or deficiency.(5) Our collective cultural belief is that aging brings illness and infirmity , along with a loss of status for women.(6) old age and infirmity come to men and women alike(7) The organisation aims to provide financial and practical assistance to people in the Cricklade area who need support because of illness or infirmity .(8) It is just as meaningful to speak of levels of vitality and healthfulness as of debility and infirmity .(9) It defines what it means to be civilised in uncivilised times, testifies to the healing properties of a sense of the ridiculous and hints that inner cheer can face down physical infirmity .(10) Of course, there's no denying the fact that infirmity coupled with sickness will always stalk the retirees and seize every opportunity to pounce on us.(11) His attitude was doubtless due to his physical infirmity , which prevented him from being either an observer or an experimenter.(12) This year unfortunately some of our volunteers are unable to help us through illness or infirmity and two of our younger members have moved away from the area.(13) The publication has only 163 pages, but it is full of the joy found in people when one sympathetically understands the oddness of age and mental infirmity .(14) One thing is clear - the New Testament teaches that believers will suffer physical infirmity in this fallen world.(15) There are other possibilities: insufficient exercise, unsuitable food, old age and infirmity , or genetic weaknesses.(16) Lognar tried as best he could to maintain a stern and uncompromising demeanor with this enemy of his people, but was plainly worn out by his exertions and his obvious physical infirmity .
1. illness ::
2. malady ::
3. ailment ::
4. disease ::
5. disorder ::
6. sickness ::
7. affliction ::
8. complaint ::
9. indisposition ::
10. frailty ::
11. weakness ::
12. disability ::
1. health ::
Different Formsinfirmities, infirmity
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