senility

Senility vs Decrepit - What's the difference?

senility | decrepit |


As a noun senility

is (uncountable) senescence; the bodily and mental deterioration associated with old age.

As a verb decrepit is

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Ductility vs Senility - What's the difference?

ductility | senility |


As nouns the difference between ductility and senility

is that ductility is (physics) ability of a material to be drawn out longitudinally to a reduced section without fracture under the action of a tensile force while senility is (uncountable) senescence; the bodily and mental deterioration associated with old age.

Senility vs Decrepitude - What's the difference?

senility | decrepitude |


As nouns the difference between senility and decrepitude

is that senility is (uncountable) senescence; the bodily and mental deterioration associated with old age while decrepitude is decrepitude, decay.

Ability vs Senility - What's the difference?

ability | senility |


In uncountable|lang=en terms the difference between ability and senility

is that ability is (uncountable) a unique power of the mind; a faculty while senility is (uncountable) the losing of memory and reason due to senescence.

As nouns the difference between ability and senility

is that ability is (obsolete) suitableness
while senility is (uncountable) senescence; the bodily and mental deterioration associated with old age.

Senility vs Dementia - What's the difference?

senility | dementia |


As nouns the difference between senility and dementia

is that senility is (uncountable) senescence; the bodily and mental deterioration associated with old age while dementia is (pathology) a progressive decline in cognitive function due to damage or disease in the brain beyond what might be expected from normal aging areas particularly affected include memory, attention, judgement, language and problem solving.

Senility vs Maturity - What's the difference?

senility | maturity |


As nouns the difference between senility and maturity

is that senility is (uncountable) senescence; the bodily and mental deterioration associated with old age while maturity is the state of being mature, ready or ripe.

Taxonomy vs Senility - What's the difference?

taxonomy | senility |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and senility

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while senility is (uncountable) senescence; the bodily and mental deterioration associated with old age.

Senility vs Presenile - What's the difference?

senility | presenile |


As a noun senility

is (uncountable) senescence; the bodily and mental deterioration associated with old age.

As an adjective presenile is

before the onset of senility.

Senility vs Senesccence - What's the difference?

senility | senesccence |

Imbecility vs Senility - What's the difference?

imbecility | senility |


As nouns the difference between imbecility and senility

is that imbecility is the quality of being imbecile; weakness; feebleness, especially of mind while senility is (uncountable) senescence; the bodily and mental deterioration associated with old age.

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