sickness


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the condition of being sick

a pathological condition of mind or body

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And as each man reported himself, he said: "This is a bad business," and went about his own forthwith, for every Regiment and Battery in the cantonment was under canvas, the sickness bearing them company.
But at that time Bobby was reading yet another letter, - he had the most persistent correspondent of any man in camp, - and was even then about to write that the sickness had abated, and in another week at the outside would be gone.
In the interval when the sickness stopped, he still studied her, as it were, in perfect silence.
And the sickness of Bidarshik grew into a great sickness until I thought he would die.
Already has his sickness gone from him, and he sits by the fire and waits for the coming of the white soldier men.
Had he known that the elephant had died of sickness several days before the blacks discovered the carcass, he might not have been so keen to partake of the feast, for Tarzan of the Apes was no carrion-eater.
Cold sweat stood out from every pore, there was a great sickness at the pit of Tarzan's stomach.
At length the decent time for sickness and immoderate grief being expired, the doctors were discharged, and the lady began to see company; being altered only from what she was before, by that colour of sadness in which she had dressed her person and countenance.
That which he had called round, I found to be a shilling piece; and the third, which was to help me so wonderfully both in health and sickness all the days of my life, was a little piece of coarse yellow paper, written upon thus in red ink:
I afterwards learned that, knowing my father's advanced age and unfitness for so long a journey, and how wretched my sickness would make Elizabeth, he spared them this grief by concealing the extent of my disorder.
Blake, and pledges herself, on the first occasion when sickness may lay him low, to offer him the use of her Extracts for the second time.
A little better; but under dreadful apprehensions of sickness.
Have I not been delivered, and wonderfully too, from sickness - from the most distressed condition that could be, and that was so frightful to me?
Feeble limbs easily resign themselves to be tethered, and when we are subdued by sickness it seems possible to us to fulfil pledges which the old vigor comes back and breaks.
And just now he was living in that freshened memory of the far-off time which comes to us in the passive hours of recovery from sickness.