[ UK /sˈiːna‍ɪl/ ]
[ US /ˈsiˌnaɪɫ/ ]
  1. mentally or physically infirm with age
    his mother was doddering and frail
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How To Use senile In A Sentence

  • Okay, so I'm not totally senile, it IS a sewar ... Birthday Steel
  • Most of the residents here are geriatrics with senile dementia.
  • He aged and became senile, but no batter how shrunken his body became, he remained alive.
  • Mind you, when you get too old then they will dismiss everything you say because they think you're senile.
  • i told you all he is senile. mccain seeked the preacher's endorsement and now says he doesn't endorsement. flip-flop McCain rejects endorsement of a second controversial pastor
  • Objective To discover the predisposing factors and clinical characteristics of the senile retinal detachment.
  • As the number and size of state hospitals increased, however, overcrowded wards housed chronic cases: long-term schizophrenics, the senile, paralytics, and epileptics.
  • “crying vehemently Zelmane help me, O Zelmane have pity on me”; and the old King, in whom the beautiful strange Amazon has awakened a senile amorosity, shows himself old and foolish, looking “very curiously upon himself, sometimes fetching a little skip, as if he had said his strength had not yet forsaken him”. The Common Reader, Second Series
  • ‘Now I have only one thing left to do,’ she tells her senile mother (who keeps mistaking Julie for her sister).
  • He spent many years caring for his senile mother.
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