Definition of Infirms

1. Verb. (third-person singular of infirm) ¹



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Definition of Infirms

1. infirm [v] - See also: infirm

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Infirms

infirmarians
infirmaries
infirmary
infirmation
infirmative
infirmatories
infirmatory
infirmed
infirmer
infirmest
infirming
infirmities
infirmity
infirmly
infirmness
infirms (current term)
infitah
infix
infix notation
infixal
infixation
infixations
infixed
infixes
infixing
infixion
infixions
inflame
inflamed
inflamed ulcer

Literary usage of Infirms

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1. A Statistical Account of Assam by William Wilson Hunter (1879)
"The total number of male infirms amounts to 3748, or -4257 per cent . of the total ... The total number of infirms of both sexes is 4911, or -2085 per cent, ..."

2. The Hahnemannian Monthly (1901)
"The 10 infirms admitted were equally divided as to sex. Of these 2 died of phthisis and ] each of Bright's disease, gangrene of the foot, papilloma of the ..."

3. The Spectator by Joseph Addison, Richard Steele (1830)
"... brings me to an end; Rut tliis infirms nie I shall n-'vcr ilic. Thf мои! ..."

4. The Imperial Gazetteer of India by Sir William Wilson Hunter (1885)
"... females, 23400; total, 43755: lepers—males 7425, females 2670; total, 10095: grand total of infirms, 73467, or i in every 224 of the population. ..."

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