Where now he realized only his own inconsequence, effort would make him aware of his own impotency and insufficiency.
Sacred as they were they still mocked him with their impotency to stay the hand of death.
There are few—very few—cases of Seminal Weakness and impotency that cannot now be cured.
Its synonym was impotency among the law-abiders who were yet political cowards.
But it is above me, since it corrects and rectifies me; gives me a distrust of myself, and makes me sensible of my impotency.
The crudeness and impotency of the song in our ears has nothing to do with the argument.
The most important proof of capability required from persons accused of impotency, is that called "the congress."
Death or impotency can be produced by placing poison on his Page 304garments.
It would only show its impotency, or, what is more, its own corruption.
Seventh, The impotency and limitations of the world order are most evident.
early 15c., "physical weakness," also "poverty," from Middle French impotence "weakness," from Latin impotentia "lack of control or power," from impotentem (nominative impotens); see impotent. In reference to a want of (male) sexual potency, from c.1500. The figurative senses of the word in Latin were "violence, fury, unbridled passion." Related: Impotency.
impotence im·po·tence (ĭm'pə-təns) or im·po·ten·cy (-tən-sē)
The quality or condition of being impotent.