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he's now in that stage of his dotage where he has trouble remembering the simplest things
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Three years later, my friend still believes that Harper Lee was tricked, in her dotage, into shredding the image of perhaps the only white Alabamian other than Helen Keller to be admired around the world.
Most were big men who could take up residence in the low post and didn't always have to run the court in their dotage.
In minimalist verse, Lesa Cline-Ransome begins with the woman in her dotage, then walks readers back through her years as suffragist, spy and liberator — but also, importantly, as a woman who simply wanted to be free.
Take measures to avoid becoming one of those people who, in their dotage, walks around town with a parrot on their shoulders, smiling broadly despite the fact that its claws are really digging into their flesh.
Knowing that no one is OBLIGATED to take care of me in my dotage has probably made me a better person—
What astonished, flearing, and confused mumps and mows doth this dotage stir up in our visages!
So how is this remarkable thespian primate spending his dotage?
In his dotage, Jackson could scarcely manage his own.
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Definition of dotage for English Language Learners
: the period of old age : the time when a person is old and often less able to remember or do things
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