Origin of anile
Related formsa·nil·i·ty [uh-nil-i-tee] /əˈnɪl ɪ ti/, noun
Examples from the Web for anile
He is evidently childish, and breaks now and then into an anile laugh at the thought, no doubt, of some dead old pot-house jest.Nancy|Rhoda Broughton
Our babbling, anile friend, in the very looseness of her prating has let out the truth.
Locke was now far too eminent a man to be troubled by so anile a demonstration of folly.Locke|Thomas Fowler