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Synonyms for disease

a pathological condition of mind or body

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Then he began to chat of all things except ourselves and diseases and with such an infinite geniality that I could see poor Lucy's pretense of animation merge into reality.
For pallor and duskiness of complexion are called qualities, inasmuch as we are said to be such and such in virtue of them, not only if they originate in natural constitution, but also if they come about through long disease or sunburn, and are difficult to remove, or indeed remain throughout life.
But it is right that you should know what a dark shadow this disease threw over the times of our forefathers.
Monseigneur, there is neither strength of will, nor power, nor genius, nor science that can resist a disease which God doubtless sends, or which He casts upon the earth at the creation, with full power to destroy and kill mankind.
Let all who are afflicted with like physical diseases form themselves into ranks.
He judged that the disease had already attacked the vocal chords.
As a boy, the disease hardly ever left me for a day.
You have not implied to me that the symptoms which-- I am bound to testify--you watched with scrupulous care, were those of a fatal disease.
Only at parting, when he took my hand in his thin, cold clasp, he said, "I suppose my disease is progressing," with the patience he always showed.
Others quit the game early, having drawn cards that called for violent death, or famine in the Barrens, or loathsome and lingering disease.
I come to you, because my case is outside of all lines and rules, and because you are famous in your profession for the discovery of mysteries in disease.
A KIND-HEARTED Physician sitting at the bedside of a patient afflicted with an incurable and painful disease, heard a noise behind him, and turning saw a cat laughing at the feeble efforts of a wounded mouse to drag itself out of the room.
Unfortunately for Joseph the disease which had cut off his parents did not stop at that; it went on and extirpated nearly the whole Brownon contingent and its allies by marriage; and those who fled did not return.
Pardon me, Most Royal Ozma," replied one of her generals; "but I find that I and my brother officers all suffer from heart disease, and the slightest excitement might kill us.
The medical profession thrives on two incurable diseases in these modern days--a He-disease and a She-disease.