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infirm

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinfirmin‧firm /ɪnˈfɜːm $ -ɜːrm/ adjective  1 WEAKILLweak or ill for a long time, especially because you are old Her grandmother is elderly and infirm.see thesaurus at weak2 the infirm
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infirmShe lives with her grandmother who is elderly and infirm.The "Meals on Wheels' service delivers food to the old and infirm.He was too infirm to hold a steady job.
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