chronic[ kron-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF chronic
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She was also afflicted with a high color, and a chronic eruption of diamonds.
Miss Priest may be said to have lived in a chronic state of engagements.
Chronic rheumatism had recently compelled him to retire from the service.
The delirium of jealousy is a specific symptom of chronic alcoholism.
There is a chronic look of wonder on their broad English faces.
In chronic diseases, especially those of the lungs, where there is no inflammation, a change of air is much to be recommended.
Speechmakin' must be as bad as the rum habit, when a feller's got it chronic as you have.
They have the reputation of being in a state of chronic famine.
Did not Mr. Gladstone say we should have a chronic plethora of money?
He had a warrant authorising her detention in a home for chronic inebriates.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CHRONIC
- garden variety