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infirm
used in Sense and Sensibility

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Definition
weak from old age or disease
  • When is a man to be safe from such wit, if age and infirmity will not protect him?
    Chapter 8 (37% in)
  • "Infirmity!" said Elinor, "do you call Colonel Brandon infirm?
    Chapter 8 (38% in)
  • "Infirmity!" said Elinor, "do you call Colonel Brandon infirm?
    Chapter 8 (39% in)
  • Did not you hear him complain of the rheumatism? and is not that the commonest infirmity of declining life?
    Chapter 8 (42% in)
  • But they learnt, on enquiry, that its possessor, an elderly lady of very good character, was unfortunately too infirm to mix with the world, and never stirred from home.
    Chapter 9 (15% in)

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