neurasthenia[ noo r-uh s-thee-nee-uh, nyoo r- ]SEE DEFINITION OF neurasthenia
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NEURASTHENIA
Our time is certainly not worse off on the score of neurasthenia than its predecessors.
It is a perfect paradise for anyone who has not got neurasthenia.
The neurasthenia of the defendants he pursued in courts annoyed him only slightly.
The politer word, to be used chivalrously, was "neurasthenia."
Hazlitt's attraction to Rachel in the face of her neurasthenia did not confuse him.
This, I am told by an authority, was a case of neurasthenia, or nerve-paralysis.
This would seem to have been a case of hypnotism, rather than neurasthenia.
Neurasthenia is the "fatigue neurosis," as a leading expert terms it.
It was produced by every guest in the room whispering loudly, "Neurasthenia!"
So she drifts into neurasthenia and has fits of crying and periods of melancholia.