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debility

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdebilityde‧bil‧i‧ty /dɪˈbɪləti/ noun (plural debilities) [countable, uncountable] formal  WEAKweakness, especially as the result of illnessdisability physical and mental debility
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debilityThe two main causes are lead and nitrates which can bring about debility, heart weakness and cancer.These include trauma, sunlight, high fever, and general debility.Illnesses, including chronic muscle debility, herpes, tremors and eye infections, have come and gone.But no - for I am not a cripple, I have no debility, and something other than myself is doing this.Supporting that sound of debility and failure there were orchestrated snores.Perhaps it was not surprising that he complained of physical debility.The woman's debility softened her.
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