Synonyms and related words:
aboriginality, abulia, advanced age, advanced years, age, age of retirement, an incurable disease, ancien regime, ancientness, anility, antiquity, arteriosclerotic psychosis, atavism, caducity, certifiability, childishness, cobwebs of antiquity, debility, decline, decline of life, declining years, decrepitude, dementia paralytica, dipsomania, dotage, dotardism, drug addiction, dust of ages, eld, elderliness, eldership, feebleness, folie du doute, functional psychosis, general paralysis, general paresis, great age, green old age, hale old age, hoary age, hoary eld, incapacity, infirm old age, infirmity, infirmity of age, insipidity, instability, invalidism, inveteracy, longevity, metabolic psychosis, moral insanity, neurosis, old age, old order, old style, oldness, organic psychosis, paralytic dementia, pathological drunkenness, pensionable age, presenile dementia, primitiveness, primogeniture, primordialism, primordiality, prison psychosis, psychopathia, psychopathia sexualis, psychopathic condition, psychopathic personality, psychopathy, psychosis, ricketiness, ripe old age, second childhood, senectitude, senescence, senile debility, senile dementia, senile psychosis, senile weakness, senilism, senior citizenship, seniority, sexual pathology, shakiness, situational psychosis, superannuation, syphilitic paresis, the downward slope, the golden years, toxic psychosis, unfirmness, unsoundness, unsteadiness, unsturdiness, unsubstantiality, vale of years, vapidity, venerableness, wateriness, white hairs, wishy-washiness

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

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