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Impotent, 1) weak, feeble: “i. and snail-paced beggary,” R3 IV, 3, 53. “lame and i. conclusion,” Oth. II, 1, 162.
2) infirm, languishing under disease: “enforce the pained i. to smile,” LLL V, 2, 864. “i. and bed-rid,” Hml. I, 2, 29.
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