I get sick when I hear of the charities obliterated and the old and infirm investors who are left with nothing.
This created a good incentive for the other justices to lobby the infirm one to step down.
Are we unfairly neglecting the up-and-coming in favor of the old and infirm?
Was the infirm old soldier, perhaps, taking Obama to task for the scandals in the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs?
The next evening, Romero was saying mass in the chapel at the hospice where he lived in a tiny room near the infirm and the dying.
Now bent, infirm, a chronic invalid, she did not look as if she would long survive him.
The contemplation of the infirm and lonely steed overcame him.
Old and infirm slaves were constantly exposed to perish on an island in the Tiber.
Can they give beauty to the deformed, strength to the weak, or health to the infirm?
In the same way the institutions for the care of the sick, the infirm and the aged will meet the highest demands.
infirm in·firm (ĭn-fûrm')
Weak in body, especially from old age or disease; feeble.