What is another word for infirmity?

364 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ ɪnfˈɜːmɪtɪ], [ ɪnfˈɜːmɪtɪ], [ ɪ_n_f_ˈɜː_m_ɪ_t_ɪ]

Synonyms for Infirmity:

disease (noun) feebleness (noun) irresolution (noun) weakness (noun) Other synonyms:

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Quotes for Infirmity:

  1. Who knows whether in retirement I shall be tempted to the last infirmity of mundane minds, which is to write a book. Geoffrey Fisher.
  2. Laughter is nothing else but sudden glory arising from some sudden conception of some eminency in ourselves, by comparison with the infirmity of others, or with our own formerly. Thomas Hobbes.
  3. It is the highest form of self -respect to admit our errors and mistakes and make amends for them. To make a mistake is only an error in judgment, but to adhere to it when it is discovered shows infirmity of character. Dale Turner.

Adjectives for Infirmity:

  • national and nateral,
  • constitutional and hereditary,
  • native grand,
  • own culpable,
  • corporal and spiritual,
  • slight physical,
  • other sad,
  • obvious physical,
  • nateral,
  • spiritual and physical,
  • physical or moral,
  • great physical,
  • endemic,
  • legged,
  • burdensome,
  • culpable,
  • almost universal,
  • commoner,
  • dental,
  • unfair,
  • tottering,
  • crowning,
  • despicable,
  • physiological,
  • contemptible,
  • disagreeable,
  • cal,
  • lucky,
  • vile,
  • specific,
  • literary,
  • valuable,
  • universal,
  • glorious,
  • individual,
  • social,
  • rare,
  • final,
  • chief,
  • simple,
  • well physical,
  • mere chronic,
  • best nervous,
  • ceaseless physical,
  • chronic lame,
  • greatest and most incurable,
  • positive abiding,
  • diplomatic but physical,
  • old congenital,
  • particular volitional,
  • inevitable corporeal,
  • transient, physical,
  • ambitious foul,
  • habitual and chronic,
  • grave and manifest,
  • notorious mental,
  • disgusting physical,
  • chronic and hopeless,
  • joint or other,
  • incurable spiritual,
  • incurable mental,
  • same pitiable,
  • own incurable,
  • singularly repulsive,
  • natural or accidental,
  • more baffling,
  • occasional human,
  • corresponding mental,
  • own comparative,
  • slight mental,
  • physical, mental and moral,
  • peculiar physical,
  • serious physical,
  • interesting personal,
  • other constitutional,
  • secret little,
  • peculiar mental,
  • more notorious,
  • more evident,
  • mere mortal,
  • certain human,
  • such moral,
  • same natural,
  • venial,
  • certain physical,
  • long and painful,
  • almost human,
  • deaf and dumb,
  • sinless,
  • other natural,
  • physical and moral,
  • ordinary human,
  • mere physical,
  • moral and spiritual,
  • pardonable,
  • two-fold,
  • mental and moral,
  • crippling,
  • fatty,
  • regrettable,
  • untoward,
  • temperamental,
  • gravest,
  • senile,
  • flagrant,
  • natal,
  • utilitarian,
  • analogous,
  • baffling,
  • perplexing,
  • prevalent,
  • abiding,
  • ever-increasing,
  • linguistic,
  • immemorial,
  • piteous,
  • imaginable,
  • deaf,
  • distressing,
  • fateful,
  • pernicious,
  • genteel,
  • tremulous,
  • humane,
  • own personal,
  • unwelcome,
  • inherent,
  • whimsical,
  • transient,
  • latent,
  • invincible,
  • kindred,
  • boyish,
  • noblest,
  • lame,
  • prospective,
  • uncommon,
  • comparative,
  • heavier,
  • accidental,
  • psychological,
  • jealous,
  • diplomatic,
  • conspicuous,
  • organic,
  • radical,
  • momentary,
  • habitual,
  • amiable,
  • persistent,
  • joint,
  • honorable,
  • dumb,
  • notorious,
  • eminent,
  • vital,
  • absurd,
  • harmless,
  • idle,
  • foul,
  • striking,
  • perpetual,
  • horrid,
  • unhappy,
  • useless,
  • inevitable,
  • subtle,
  • unusual,
  • opposite,
  • sole,
  • dreadful,
  • endless,
  • total,
  • miserable,
  • serious,
  • political,
  • mysterious,
  • complete,
  • royal,
  • private,
  • possible,
  • german,
  • perfect,
  • open,
  • least,
  • soft,
  • deep,
  • usual,
  • dark,
  • poor,
  • virulent and dangerous,
  • almost generous,
  • constitutional cerebral,
  • cruel physical,
  • constitootional,
  • natural, innocent,
  • correct moral,
  • moral or physical,
  • mental or moral,
  • own sudden,
  • universal human,
  • almost childlike,
  • mental or physical,
  • such physical,
  • other physical,
  • other new,
  • virulent,
  • structural,
  • childlike,
  • counterfeit,
  • humiliating,
  • ludicrous,
  • regal,
  • corporal,
  • judicial,
  • visual,
  • imaginative,
  • sublime,
  • generous,
  • apparent,
  • chinese,
  • dangerous,
  • separate,
  • female,
  • gray,
  • curious,
  • grand,
  • beautiful,
  • single,
  • poorest and most frivolous,
  • natural and unconquerable,
  • own, human,
  • inevitable physical,
  • visible and palpable,
  • physical and psychical,
  • volitional,
  • fast-growing,
  • last-mentioned,
  • long-standing,
  • unconquerable,
  • wearisome,
  • inveterate,
  • poorest,
  • repulsive,
  • palpable,
  • frivolous,
  • perilous,
  • exceptional,
  • troublesome,
  • frail,
  • consequent,
  • relative,
  • seeming,
  • more and more,
  • frightful,
  • worse,
  • casual,
  • vulgar,
  • positive,
  • singular,
  • wretched,
  • extraordinary,
  • constant,
  • previous,
  • awful,
  • brief,
  • bad,
  • own,
  • more,
  • innocent, illustrious,
  • thy sore,
  • such human,
  • common human,
  • other human,
  • corporeal,
  • cerebral,
  • hapless,
  • illustrious,
  • graceful,
  • obvious,
  • fatal,
  • permanent,
  • greatest,
  • former,
  • canine,
  • optical,
  • lifelong,
  • morbid,
  • evident,
  • hopeless,
  • childish,
  • conscious,
  • convenient,
  • slightest,
  • visible,
  • intellectual,
  • present,
  • prescriptive,
  • great human,
  • vexatious,
  • life-long,
  • unavoidable,
  • manifest,
  • pitiful,
  • grave,
  • similar,
  • sad and very common,
  • physical or psychical,
  • physical or mental,
  • thine own,
  • parental,
  • sinful,
  • unlimited,
  • hereditary,
  • helpless,
  • innocent,
  • cruel,
  • faint,
  • double,
  • occasional,
  • customary,
  • severe,
  • long and deep-seated,
  • own physical,
  • congenital,
  • deep-seated,
  • deplorable,
  • commonest,
  • speedy,
  • sore,
  • ridiculous,
  • imaginary,
  • spiritual,
  • certain,
  • insidious,
  • characteristic,
  • temporary,
  • sudden,
  • psychical,
  • innate,
  • frequent,
  • late,
  • incurable,
  • horrible,
  • national,
  • premature,
  • chronic,
  • ordinary,
  • geriatric,
  • unfortunate,
  • special,
  • particular,
  • noble,
  • grievous,
  • original,
  • pitiable,
  • nervous,
  • extreme,
  • painful,
  • secret,
  • terrible,
  • long,
  • peculiar,
  • general,
  • strange,
  • mere,
  • mortal,
  • sad,
  • slight,
  • personal,
  • moral,
  • constitutional,
  • thine,
  • common,
  • mental,
  • natural,
  • physical,
  • human.
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