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synonyms for valetudinary

  • neurotic
  • morbid person
  • obsessive person
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How to use valetudinary in a sentence

The Lady of Lochleven rose from the bedside, and darted a penetrating look at the elder valetudinary.
THE ABBOTSIR WALTER SCOTT
An adagio may set a gouty father to sleep, and a capriccio may operate successfully on the nerves of a valetudinary mother.
PRIMITIVE PSYCHO-THERAPY AND QUACKERYROBERT MEANS LAWRENCE
This attack gives a decidedly valetudinary tone to one of his subsequent letters to Deborah.
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN; SELF-REVEALED, VOLUME I (OF 2)WILIAM CABELL BRUCE
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO VALETUDINARY

  • morbid person
  • neurotic
  • obsessive person
  • valetudinary
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