Loss or impairment of the ability to make decisions or act independently.(noun)
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Use "abulia" in a sentence
"Domoman: Ribczynski, On your statement about "abulia": I do not find it a problem for dualism that ... nullasalus: ribczynski, "You misquoted me as saying that science had 'proved' that the YEC God does not ... gpuccio: ribczynski: I will wait for your complete answer, and then comment on all."
"Please don't let a slight attack of abulia interfere with your next post, article, or hunt that you will write of, and we can dream of."
"I'm told a stiff drink of Ezra Brooks and a good kick in gluteus maximus will cure abulia with only one or two applications."