sufferer

[ suhf-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF sufferer

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SUFFERER

May not, however, so deep a sufferer be permitted to speak out?

She also has heard the moans of some sufferer, and importunes Pitu Salla to tell her who it is.

The sufferer had just wakened from sleep, and he motioned to Philip to raise him.

A disorder which renders the sufferer unable to curb his tongue when you wish to talk.

As I was the sufferer I have the best right to tell the tale.

Fortunately for the sufferer, there was no lack of medical aid.

Mr Haredale is a sufferer from the penal laws, and I can't expect his favour.'

The villains were my friends, not the sufferer's; I was not injured.

And such attentions as the sufferer had from friends of the Lilly family!

For an extensive burn or scald, skilful advice should immediately be obtained, as it always endangers the life of the sufferer.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SUFFERER

prey

nountarget of attack
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