Whether it was actual ignorance, senility, or some obscure test, it's hard to know.
With senility's fingers at his throat, it was clear that no more movies were going to be made.
Adrift in senility and depression, Hitchcock is dismantling his life, putting it away.
Like senility, there is no way to stop sebaceous hyperplasia from advancing, either.
In youth, all energy; in prime of life, all enterprise and vigour; in senility, all weakness and second childhood.
"Glad your senility has not affected that remnant of your common-sense," he declared.
The older religions, grey in their senility, had no such bribe or threat to conjure with.
Is it a sign of senility, or half-thought-out ideas, or what?
A weakness seemed to have come over the people, as if they were in the last stage of senility.
There's a similar touch of ineptitude (senility, perhaps) in the Memorabilia, ad fin.
senility se·nil·i·ty (sĭ-nĭl'ĭ-tē)
The state of being senile.
The mental and physical deterioration characteristic of old age.