from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Typhoid fever.
- adj. Of, relating to, or resembling typhoid fever.
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- n. typhoid fever
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to typhus; resembling typhus; of a low grade like typhus.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Resembling typhus: noting a specific continued fever.
- n. Typhoid fever. See fever.
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- n. serious infection marked by intestinal inflammation and ulceration; caused by Salmonella typhosa ingested with food or water
Travel for more thansix weeks in countries where typhoid is common.
Neither cholera nor typhoid is a picnic, I assure you.
The intestinal parasites can be easily treated, typhoid is more problematic, especially if you fail to detect and treat it at an interim stage.
If you are traveling to a country where typhoid is common, you should consider being vaccinated against typhoid.
I never realized that typhoid is a form of salmonella!
One of the symptoms that is most commonly associated with is the fever, giving the name typhoid fever.
But I do have to wonder how that know they contracted typhoid from a street vendor and not from something they brought into their own home.
However, before long physicians will discard much from our present medical onomatology that is ridiculous, absurd, incorrect, in short, unscientific, as, for instance, the designation typhoid fever.
PESCA: Beale is also called a typhoid, a plague and smallpox.
[Footnote: The word typhoid means "resembling typhus," and in Europe this term is correctly employed to designate a somnolent or other general condition in all kinds of feverish diseases which remind one of typhus symptoms.