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infirm
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • "Alas," said Monte Cristo, "it is the infirmity of our nature always to believe ourselves much more unhappy than those who groan by our sides!"
  • The old man appeared to be listening attentively and as affectionately as his infirmities would allow to the Abbe Busoni, who looked cold and calm, as usual.

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  • too infirm to walk unassisted
  • age creeps upon them; infirmities follow
    Mark Twain

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