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  • They were married for thirty years, until her death from a heart ailment.
  • In later life he suffered from a heart ailment and died of a heart attack.
  • You have never spoken of your special ailment to me up to this moment. Cited from Dr. Dumany's Wife, by Mor Jokai
  • Later in life, he also suffered constant minor ailments such as high blood pressure.
  • He had suffered from heart disease, high blood pressure and other ailments for some time.
  • He thought little of his ailments, however, and continued his tour in Italy.
  • According to one of his sons, he was under treatment for heart and blood ailments.
  • He died of a heart ailment a few hours later at the age of forty-four.
  • He had been ill for several months, and his death was caused by a heart ailment.
  • Whether or not he understood the nature of my ailment I never knew. Cited from The Opium Habit, by Horace B. Day
  • Any one ailment has a far-reaching effect throughout the system. Cited from How to Live, by Irving Fisher and Eugene Fisk
  • The treatment for the ailment meant that he could not play for a number of months.
  • He had heart problems for years as well as other ailments.
  • He had suffered from heart ailments during his later years.
  • There he lies, getting worse and worse every day, without any specific ailment. Cited from Birds of Prey, by M.E. Braddon
  • He had treated its every ailment at the height of its burning youth. Cited from The Triumph of John Kars, by Ridgwell Cullum
  • He had been undergoing treatment for age related ailments for quite some time.
  • There is one particular spring near the city, where people with various ailments come to drink for better health.
  • They were just going to take them home when they sickened with some ailment. Cited from Olivia in India, by O. Douglas (AKA Anna Buchan)
  • Many of these ailments are extremely severe because patients have had little prior access to medical care.
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Words starting with ailment

Meaning of ailment

  • noun An often persistent bodily disorder or disease; a cause for complaining