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infirm

adjective
     
in‧firm
1 weak or ill for a long time, especially because you are old:
Her grandmother is elderly and infirm.
2

the infirm

people who are weak or ill for a long time, especially because they are old:
The hotel is on a hill, which is not ideal for the infirm.

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