malady

[ mal-uh-dee ]SEE DEFINITION OF malady

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MALADY

The surgeon was in constant attendance, but the malady baffled all his skill.

Life, that would fain be a melody, seems here almost a malady.

I look with confidence to her malady as my triumphant vindication.

This was a malady which had not been mentioned at the medical college.

She was wearier now than ever before, for there was no cure for her malady.

You asked me just now what malady it was that killed my poor Marguerite.

He was very pale: but that unchanging pallor was the only sign of the malady from which he suffered.

She was attacked by a malady, to which she had nearly fallen a victim.

Bless my afflicted offspring that she may be healed of her malady.

All the days of this pale December were spent by him in going deeper and deeper into his malady.

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