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ca·du·ci·ty /kəˈdusɪti, -ˈdyu-/

noun
1. the infirmity or weakness of old age; senility.
2. frailty; transitoriness: the caducity of life.

[Origin: 1760-1770; < F caducité, equiv. to caduc caducous + –ité -ity]

Source: Dictionary.com.

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