Synonyms of decrepitude
1 decayDictionary • The buildings had been allowed to fall into decrepitude.
decay • problems of urban decay and gang violence
deterioration • enzymes that cause the deterioration of food
degeneration • the degeneration of our political system
2 weaknessDictionary • the boundary between healthy middle age and total decrepitude
weakness • Symptoms of anaemia include weakness and fatigue.
old age • They worry about how they will support themselves in their old age.
incapacity • Patients with no mental incapacity can refuse treatment.
senility • He was showing unmistakable signs of senility.
infirmity • In spite of his age and infirmity, he is still producing plays.
dotage • He's spending his dotage in a riverside cottage.
debility • Anxiety or general debility can play a part in allergies.
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debilityDebility is a weakness of a person's body or mind, especially one caused by an illness.
• Anxiety or general debility can play a part in allergies.
decayDecay is also a noun.
• problems of urban decay and gang violence
degenerationIf you say that someone or something degenerates, you mean that they become worse in some way, for example weaker, lower in quality, or more dangerous. (noun)
• the degeneration of our political system
Thesaurus for decrepitude from the Collins English Thesaurus
Decrepitude is the state of being very old and in poor condition.