dotage (n.)
feebleness of mind, senility
KL I.iv.290[Gonerill to Albany, of Lear] let his disposition have that scope / As dotage gives it
KL I.iv.323[Gonerill to Albany, of Lear and his knights] He may enguard his dotage with their powers / And hold our lives in mercy
KL II.iv.192.1[Gonerill to Lear] All's not offence that ... dotage terms so
Tim III.v.99[Alcibiades to Senators] Banish me? / Banish your dotage
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