"And you set me down as a hypochondriac, then," said Upton, smiling.
He was as awkward, as hypochondriac, as literal, as strict as ever.
The pill eater is a hypochondriac and very likely his doctor knows it.
“You always were a bit of a hypochondriac,” observed his friend.
Now he is joyous to the point of folly, anon gloomy as a hypochondriac.
Chateaubriand was a hypochondriac, Musset a lunatic, Victor Hugo a maniac.
Mr. H. was an invalid; he was the worst kind of an invalid—a hypochondriac.
The pill eater is a hypochondriac, and very likely his doctor knows it.
I replied that I was not a hypochondriac; so they called me Ignoramus and went their way.
The term "imaginary" is too loosely applied to the sensations of the hypochondriac.