American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Affected with disease.
- adj. Unsound or disordered.
- adj. Affected with or suffering from disease.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Afflicted with disease.
- adj. caused by or altered by or manifesting disease or pathology
“But the diseases are breaking out fast and time is running out: the team must try to stem the tide of infection in diseased areas while developing cures.”
“On a good day they may earn $3, which just supports a meagre existence in diseased, malarial slums.”
“I therefore consider that had not the passenger Vessels brought so many infected persons among us, that the town might have been but little diseased from the mere influence of season & the habits of the people.”
“Regions within diseased brains have a characteristic porous and spongy appearance, evidence of extensive nerve cell death, and affected individuals exhibit neurological symptoms including impaired muscle control, loss of mental acuity, memory loss and insomnia.”
“There proved to be some highly interesting things about this uneven mixing in diseased lungs.”
“In certain diseased states much less heat is produced than in health; and there is a constant tendency to the decline and ultimate extinction of the vital powers by the call made upon them to sustain the heat of the body.”
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“On the leaves are spots or lesions, -- injured or "diseased" -- infected with the apple-scab fungus.”
“Dr. Russo’s group has been working on human tissue to more clearly define the abnormalities of Jagged1 and Notch2 in diseased livers.”
“There are in the human body these two kinds of love, which are confessedly different and unlike, and being unlike, they have loves and desires which are unlike; and the desire of the healthy is one, and the desire of the diseased is another; and as”
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