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He was at once a valetudinarian and a voluptuary; and, in both characters, he loved his ease.
Sat like a valetudinarian in the Park all day getting fresh air—among the imbeciles, invalids, and children.
THE JOURNAL OF A DISAPPOINTED MANWILHELM NERO PILATE BARBELLION
He has been justly, though perhaps harshly, described as a "valetudinarian Grandison."
"Which is certainly not suggestive of a valetudinarian," remarked Lucian, looking hard at the stranger.
CASHEL BYRON'S PROFESSIONGEORGE BERNARD SHAW
No valetudinarian was ever more unpleasantly jostled out of his self-compassion.
THE JOURNAL OF A DISAPPOINTED MANWILHELM NERO PILATE BARBELLION
And, Sir, he is a valetudinarian, one of those who are always mending themselves.
LIFE OF JOHNSONJAMES BOSWELL
Naturally, he fell into many of the self-indulgent and troublesome ways of the valetudinarian.
ALEXANDER POPELESLIE STEPHEN
He opened on the subject of “Conversation,” and, in reading, came to the part which describes the Valetudinarian.
TALKERSJOHN BATE
Madame Danterre had always lived a very retired life, and was either a real invalid or a valetudinarian.
GREAT POSSESSIONSMRS. WILFRID WARD
I had much discourse with his Lordship, whom I found to be a person of extraordinary parts, but a valetudinarian.

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