That senescent October moon which a year ago marked the end of love's halcyon would have been a suitable light for such a party.
I constantly act as phlebotomist to the vanity of the young and to the anecdotage of the senile and senescent.
By that sort of piety to which senescent female sinners everywhere and at all times devote themselves she secured new friends.
The gardener slammed the door of the senescent truck with vehement lack of affection.
On this theme she chanted long and lovingly and a hundred coloured, senescent imageries leaped from the song.
Has it not sometimes occurred to you that it is only in the senescent epoch of a nations life that love disappears?
A senescent city; mostly antiquated Spanish architecture,—ponderous archways and earthquake-proof walls.
The process in which we now find James engaged is mental rather than senescent, but you would hardly guess it to look at him.
senescent se·nes·cent (sĭ-něs'ənt)
Growing old; aging.