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Descriptive words:
premature, mere, paralytic, long, last, childish, own, senile, licentious, greater, late, indisputable, early, heathen, amorous, parental, absolute, silly, much, incipient, melancholy, blind, perfect, blameless, religious, extreme, drivelling, passionate, complete, very, national, feeble, fond, richer, voluntary, sheer, intellectual, unprogressive, unhallowed, veriest, anile, pleasantest, swich, detestable, near, infatuated, palsied, spiritual, bigoted, mental, plain, final, desperate, alleged, garrulous, delirious, perpetual, miserable, defenceless, placid, trifling, fresh, helpless, hellenic, former, sterile, gross, infantine, anec, degraded, wanton, crazy, husbands, irrecoverable, semi, stupid, pleasing, idle, heroic, heroick, hopeless, toothless, fussy, excessive, senseless, downright, fixed, intolerable, protracted

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Book See dotage used in context: 8 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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