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senile

 [se´nīl]
pertaining to old age; see also aged. Called also gerontic.
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se·nile

(sē'nīl, sen'īl), Negative or pejorative connotations of this word may render it offensive in some contexts.
Relating to or characteristic of old age.
[L. senilis]
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senile

(sē′nīl′, sĕn′īl′)
adj.
a. Relating to or having diminished cognitive function, as when memory is impaired, because of old age.
b. Being a disease or condition whose cause is primarily advanced age: senile cataracts.

se′nile′ly adv.
se·nil′i·ty (sĭ-nĭl′ĭ-tē) n.
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se·nile

(sen'il)
Relating to or characteristic of old age.
[L. senilis]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

senile

Pertaining to old age. From the Latin senilis, old.
Collins Dictionary of Medicine © Robert M. Youngson 2004, 2005

se·nile

(sen'il) Negative or pejorative connotations of this word may render it offensive in some contexts.
Relating to or characteristic of old age.
[L. senilis]
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