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senile (ˈsiːnaɪl)
1.  of, relating to, or characteristic of old age
2.  mentally or physically weak or infirm on account of old age
3.  See old (of land forms or rivers) at an advanced stage in the cycle of erosion
[C17: from Latin senīlis, from senex an old man]

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