caducity[kə do̵̅o̅′sə tē, -dyo̵̅o̅′-]
caducity definition by Webster's New World
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- the quality or state of being perishable
Origin: French caducité ; from Late Latin caducitas ; from Classical Latin caducus: see caducous
caducity definition by American Heritage Dictionary
- The frailty of old age; senility.
- The quality or state of being perishable; impermanence.
Origin: French caducité, from caduc, frail, falling, from Latin cadūcus; see caducous.