ailment[ eyl-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF ailment
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AILMENT
There would be visible evidence of the ailment, and cure could be proved.
I did not, however, understand that the oxen got their ailment from the Missourians.
Diego must know of his ailment, and why he had to go to Oostpoort.
I daresay I do, and I wish to God it was only this raxed arm that was the worst of my ailment.
Let it be remembered that every change in a life habit is the beginning of an ailment.
Everyone is in town on fair days, and every kind of ailment is brought to the doctor.
The Tarjum complained of an ailment from which he had suffered for some time.
He was sensitive and never spoke of his ailment and I was the only one who knew the extent of it.
Indeed, no one looking at Mr. Carr would have suspected him of an “ailment.”
The old man inquired with concern as he would have inquired after an ailment.