I thought you said it was hay-fever, remarked Willard innocently.
Dr Aitkens definition of hay-fever seems to point to what is pretty generally accepted as its cause, viz.
He would take bronchitis in the dog-days, and have hay-fever at Christmas.
“You look just as though you had hay-fever, Nan,” Bess grumbled.
Aggie, who has a tendency to hay-fever, was sneezing in the dust.
In the twilight she had not noticed them, and they always bring her hay-fever.
I was trying the other night to prove to her that she'd got influenza coming on, or hay-fever, or something of the kind.
This New Mexican air—there is none purer on the globe—is an enemy to hay-fever and malarial diseases.
Cubebs is frequently used in the form of cigarettes for asthma, chronic pharyngitis and hay-fever.
Nothing, except a frown and a hay-fever, makes the face look so unlovely as a chin covered with short stubble.