Senility Definition

noun

A mental feebleness or insanity that results from old age and is both incurable and progressive. A person so afflicted is not capable of entering into a binding contract or of executing a will. See also competent and incompetent.

Webster's New World Law

(uncountable) Senescence; the bodily and mental deterioration associated with old age.

Wiktionary

(uncountable) The losing of memory and reason due to senescence.

He was entering his years of senility and not liking it a bit.
Wiktionary

(countable, archaic) An elderly, senile person.

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Other Word Forms of Senility

Noun

Singular:
senility
Plural:
senilities
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