diseased

[ dih-zeezd ]SEE DEFINITION OF diseased

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISEASED

If the diseased corpuscles are found, the eggs are discarded.

Has his father's brain, influenced by the diseased condition of his mother.

And life, therefore, is either a healthy or a diseased state of the soul.

They may be applied frequently to the diseased parts, rubbing them afterwards each time well with the above soft liquid liniment.

Magic, impiety, enchantments, are often the effects of a diseased imagination.

There was a woman of hysterical temperament with a diseased imagination.

It was as if the mate had infected him with his own diseased devotion.

United States Department of Agriculture and diseased meat, 251.

Hugh saw that the child was in a diseased state of mind, as well as of body.

That left eight heads, which were not condemned, because not appearing to be diseased.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DISEASED

poisoned

adjectivesuffering from poisoning
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