malaria

[ muh-lair-ee-uh ]SEE DEFINITION OF malaria

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Jenkin suffered a little from malaria, but of a different origin. '

The malaria of the swamps attacked him, and he died within a few days.

The malaria has got hold of me again, and the doctor says I must go out at once.

The climate is tropical, and malaria, with its fever and ague, is prevalent.

She had died of the malaria, and her funeral could not be long delayed.

Thus at one time the poikilocytes were considered to be the cause of malaria.

There are plenty of mosquitoes in summer, but no malaria at any time.

In 1638, quinine, derived from this bark, was introduced into Europe as a cure for malaria.

At one time, in 1820, he had a thousand laborers on his hands sick with malaria.

The climate, good in the north, is hot and subject to malaria upon the coast.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR MALARIA

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