Origin of impotence
How to use impotence in a sentence
He ridicules their morals and their offices as severely as he points out their impotency to bestow happiness.Beacon Lights of History, Volume I|John Lord
Thus within two months the total impotency of the Frankfort Assembly was signally proved.Revolution and Counter-Revolution|Karl Marx
This certainly is the dominant note of Tchekoff's philosophy: the impotency of living mitigated by a vague hope of progress.Contemporary Russian Novelists|Serge Persky
England, how hast thou been cursed by debt and blood through the impotency and villany of thy rulers!
And as a straight line continued grows a circle, he had given them so infinite a power, that it was extended unto impotency.Andrew Marvell|Augustine Birrell