scurvy[ skur-vee ]SEE DEFINITION OF scurvy
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That's a scurvy welcome to give a nephew you haven't seen for eighteen years.
But what are you to do when the boys clear out, and—and play you such a scurvy trick?
Salt meat is not so easily digested as fresh provisions, and has a tendency to produce putrid diseases, especially the scurvy.
Isn't there danger of scurvy if we have nothing but salt pork to eat?
I asked shocked, “who would think of such a scurvy trick, sir?”
She had been under my care three years before for sailor's scurvy.
Handel thought the orchestra was just playing him a scurvy trick.
Half the crew of seventy-seven perish of starvation and scurvy.
The Resolution had only three men on the sick-list, and but one of these had the scurvy.
In the middle of summer many of his crew were attacked by scurvy.