• (noun): Plural form of dotage.

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  • It is the misfortune of French epic that so much should have been preserved of its "dotages," so little of the same date and order as the _Song of Roland_, and nothing at all of the still earlier epic -- the more original _Roland_ of a previous generation.

  • Although he lived long and wrote to the end of his life, he left no "dotages"; hardly could the youngest and strongest of any other school in France -- Guy de Maupassant himself -- have beaten _La

  • Some are in the primes of lives and some are in their dotages.

  • She also wanted to strike a blow against the stigma of older parents, particularly older mothers, since men have been parenting into their dotages forever, and because we are all living a lot longer than we once did.

  • I may not here omit those two main plagues, and common dotages of human kind, wine and women, which have infatuated and besotted myriads of people; they go commonly together.

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