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1984 (Nineteen Eighty-Four) by Orwell
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  • It was a lean Jewish face, with a great fuzzy aureole of white hair and a small goatee beard — a clever face, and yet somehow inherently despicable, with a kind of senile silliness in the long thin nose, near the end of which a pair of spectacles was perched.
  • Suppose that we quicken the tempo of human life till men are senile at thirty.

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  • Her memory is getting worse and she’s afraid of going senile.
  • She suffers from senile dementia.

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