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senile

(of land forms or rivers) at an advanced stage in the cycle of erosion

senile

[′sē‚nīl]
(geology)
Pertaining to the stage of senility of the cycle or erosion.
(medicine)
Of, pertaining to, or caused by the aging process or by the infirmities of old age.
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His gaunt face, however, and his clothes, which hung so baggily over his shrivelled limbs, proclaimed what it was that gave him that senile and decrepit appearance.
With reference to the article 'Not Ready for Dementia Surge, Sunday Mail November 22: this and previous articles in the Cyprus Mail since 2011 note the senile dementia problem that is magnified in Cyprus through inappropriate government and clinical policy over many years.
Procurement Lot 1: Increased Capacitance Truck Crossing, Senile Lot 2: Truck Transport Materials Intervention
A CRUEL carer regarded as next of kin by a vulnerable 89-year-old fleeced her while she was in hospital, then branded her senile for accusing her of theft.
Sheila, who has starred in a string of hits including Doctor Who, EastEnders and New Tricks, still acts but said: "I mainly get parts where you either go senile, die or get shot.
London, Apr 2 ( ANI ): Katie Price has hit out at Victoria Beckham, insisting that the former Spice Girl is going senile if she believes that her size 6 frame makes her average.
The FDA approved the first artificial heart valve that can replace an aortic heart valve damaged by senile aortic valve stenosis without open-heart surgery.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the first artificial heart valve that can replace an aortic heart valve damaged by senile aortic valve stenosis without open-heart surgery.
La Pazzia Senile," or "Senile Madness," is the story of two rich, senile, old men, Dottor Grazian and Pantalone.
The development of senile cataract, especially nuclear cataract, is associated with progressive oxidative changes in the intrinsic membrane fraction and membrane-related components of the lens, which eventually extends beyond them to also involve the soluble components of lens proteins.
Glucose is used by cells in the brain to make energy that they need to live but glucose utilization may be impaired in the brain's of older people and especially those suffering from Senile Dementia or other forms of memory loss.
At the age of 70, am I going senile and losing my marbles or is it just the way of the world now?