infirmity

  • 21infirmity — n. 1. Weakness, feebleness, debility, frailness, frailty. 2. Foible, fault, failing, defect, weakness …

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  • 22infirmity — n 1. ailment, malady, disorder, complaint, indisposition, infection, affliction, illness, loss of health; sickness, disease, contagious or infectious disease, epidemic, pestilence, pest, plague. 2. impairment, defect, debility, debilitation,… …

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  • 23infirmity — in·fir·mi·ty …

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  • 24infirmity — in•fir•mi•ty [[t]ɪnˈfɜr mɪ ti[/t]] n. pl. ties 1) a physical weakness or ailment: the infirmities of age[/ex] 2) the quality or state of being infirm; lack of strength 3) a moral weakness or failing • Etymology: 1325–75; ME < L …

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  • 25infirmity — /ɪnˈfɜməti/ (say in fermuhtee) noun (plural infirmities) 1. a physical weakness or ailment: the infirmities of age. 2. the state of being infirm; lack of strength. 3. a moral weakness or failing. {Middle English infirmyte, from Latin infirmitas} …

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  • 26infirmity — Disability; feebleness. In an application for insurance is an ailment or disease of a substantial character, which apparently in some material degree impairs the physical condition and health of the applicant and increases the chance of his death …

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  • 27infirmity — Disability; feebleness. In an application for insurance is an ailment or disease of a substantial character, which apparently in some material degree impairs the physical condition and health of the applicant and increases the chance of his death …

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  • 28infirmity — Disease; physical or mental weakness. Including abnormal weaknesses, such as impaired heart functions, as well as acute diseases. 29A Am J Rev ed Ins § 1211. Something beyond a temporary disorder; an ailment of a somewhat established or settled… …

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  • 29infirmity — noun the state of being weak in health or body (especially from old age) (Freq. 1) • Syn: ↑frailty, ↑debility, ↑feebleness, ↑frailness, ↑valetudinarianism • Derivationally related forms: ↑frail …

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  • 30infirmity of old age — index caducity Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 31infirmity of purpose — index doubt (indecision), indecision Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 32infirmity of purpose — lacking will and purpose …

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  • 33infirmity exemption — A homestead exemption granted an infirm person, although he is not the head of a family. 26 Am J1st Home § 15 …

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  • 34To Infirmity, And Beyond! — Infobox music DVD Name = To Infirmity, And Beyond! Type = Live Music DVD Artist = The Hamsters Released = 2004) Recorded = 28 February 2003 Rating = Genre = Blues rock Region = 0 Length = Label = Rockin Rodent Recordings–| Director = Producer =… …

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  • 35bodily infirmity — Something of a permanent, established, or settled character, that materially impairs, weakens, or undermines the constitution of a person, tends to reduce his powers of resistance, and thereby enhances the risk of death in case of injury. 29A Am… …

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  • 36bodily infirmity — A settled disease or ailment that would probably result to some degree in general impairment of physical health and vigor. Travelers Ins. Co. of Hartford, Conn., v. Byers, 123 Cal.App. 473, 11 P.2d 444, 446. An ailment or disorder of an… …

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  • 37bodily infirmity — A settled disease or ailment that would probably result to some degree in general impairment of physical health and vigor. Travelers Ins. Co. of Hartford, Conn., v. Byers, 123 Cal.App. 473, 11 P.2d 444, 446. An ailment or disorder of an… …

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  • 38physical infirmity — A condition of the body, resulting from accident or sickness, which impairs bodily function, particularly in movement. Something that materially impairs, weakens, or undermines the constitution, tends to reduce powers of resistance, and thereby… …

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  • 39Infirmities — Infirmity In*firm i*ty, n.; pl. {Infirmities}. [L. infirmitas : cf. F. infirmite. See {Infirm}, a.] 1. The state of being infirm; feebleness; an imperfection or weakness; esp., an unsound, unhealthy, or debilitated state; a disease; a malady; as …

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  • 40Regency Acts — The Regency Acts are Acts of the Parliament of the United Kingdom passed at various times, to provide a regent if the reigning monarch were to be incapacitated or a minor (under the age of 18). Prior to 1937, Regency Acts were passed only when… …

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