Now there could be no doubt; the disease was typhoid.
Disease is the general term for any deviation from health; in a more limited sense it denotes some definite morbid condition; disorder and affection are rather partial and limited; as, a nervous affection; a disorder of the digestive system.
The disease to which he is most susceptible is rheumatism.
Winner of the Jackson prize for Comparative Pathology, with essay entitled ‘Is Disease a Reversion?’
Diseases He is Most Susceptible To ¶ Acute diseases are the ones chiefly affecting this type.
Mr. Gladstone, in his eloquent Éloge on Wedgwood recently delivered at Burslem, well observed that the disease from which he suffered was not improbably the occasion of his subsequent excellence. “
The most fatal disease that can overtake a stenographer (or any one else) is the habit of slavishly following a routine.
If disease is not sufficient explanation, we shall have to say with the Italians, “l’amore <e’> une castigo di Dio.”
"But why should he think that this disease which he has contracted is Eastern?"
The disease--for not to be all well is a disease--interest me, and the sweet young dear, she interest me too.
I hardly expected to find you alive, after I had discovered from the specimens that your disease was Asiatic cholera.
A certain disease is the cause of a man's death; his suffering is an incident; that he is in his own home, that he has good medical attendance, careful nursing, etc.,