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senile
used in The Throne of Fire

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Definition
mental weakness caused by old age; or describing a medical condition as caused by old age
  • Thousands of years ago, Ra got senile and retreated into the heavens, leaving Osiris in charge.
    Chapter 4 (29% in)
  • "But if he retired because he was senile," Walt said, "wouldn't that mean he's really, really senile now?"
    Chapter 4 (30% in)
  • "But if he retired because he was senile," Walt said, "wouldn't that mean he's really, really senile now?"
    Chapter 4 (31% in)
  • And how could an immortal being get senile in the first place?
    Chapter 4 (31% in)
  • I will entertain the Lord of Chaos himself with a senile sun god!
    Chapter 22 (7% in)
  • We retrieved a senile god.
    Chapter 22 (97% in)
  • As we descended over the enemy, old Ra (yes, he was still just as senile and withered as ever) leaned over the side and waved at everyone with his crook.
    Chapter 23 (15% in)
  • Our greatest enemy rises, and you have dethroned my son and made a senile god our leader.
    Chapter 24 (39% in)
  • No renewing sunlight had helped the senile gods.
    Chapter 24 (47% in)

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