invalid

[ in-vuh-lid; British in-vuh-leed ]SEE DEFINITION OF invalid

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INVALID

Edward being an invalid, it was now time for him to retire to bed.

Mrs. Beaumont, surely you don't think this gentleman an invalid?

I really do hope that Arthur, also, will not be an invalid, poor fellow!

She was an invalid, he told me, and could not leave her room.

I have said that as far back as I can remember, she was an invalid.

Thomas Erastus sometimes loves to consider himself an invalid.

It was that of a nurse with an invalid, she frankly ordered me about.

"I begin to understand matters," rejoined the invalid, musingly.

From that morning forward the invalid took a short walk in the garden every day.

Am I not a child myself, an invalid who needs to be taken care of?

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