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Caducity synonyms

kə-do͝o'sĭ-tē, -dyo͝o'-
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Fondness or attentiveness, especially to an excessive degree.
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  1. Fondness or attentiveness, especially to an excessive degree.
  2. Decline in judgment and other cognitive functions, associated with aging; senility.
  3. Feeble and childish state due to old age; senility
A mental feebleness or insanity that results from old age and is both incurable and progressive. A person so afflicted is not capable of entering into a binding contract or of executing a will. See also competent and incompetent. A mental feebleness or insanity that results from old age and is both incurable and progressive. A person so afflicted is not capable of entering into a binding contract or of executing a will. See also competent and incompetent.
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  1. A mental feebleness or insanity that results from old age and is both incurable and progressive. A person so afflicted is not capable of entering into a binding contract or of executing a will. See also competent and incompetent. A mental feebleness or insanity that results from old age and is both incurable and progressive. A person so afflicted is not capable of entering into a binding contract or of executing a will. See also competent and incompetent.
Find another word for caducity. In this page you can discover 14 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for caducity, like: age, feebleness, lapse, perishable, senility, transitory, dotage, senility, youth, corruptibility and ephemeralness.