cholera

All Noun
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  • Info Cholera is an infection of the small intestine caused by the bacterium Vibrio cholerae.
  • Many others were killed by cholera during the trip, or soon after they arrived.
  • Maria herself died several days later, with the official cause of death being cholera.
  • In large part due to the rapid population growth, cholera became a significant problem.
  • He died of cholera three months after his term ended.
  • He suffered poor health, having overcome cholera and several minor heart attacks.
  • Work had progressed for several weeks when cholera broke out among the workers.
  • Cholera was, perhaps, the main cause of death during the war.
  • His mother died of cholera when Most was very young.
  • However, many of them contracted cholera, and about a third of them died.
  • Many members of the camp subsequently became ill with cholera.
  • As the population grew, so did their dead, the area a home to cholera and consumption.
  • Many soldiers died there of cholera and are buried in a local cemetery.
  • Then we see her deliberately contract cholera and be transferred to hospital.
  • His first wife was from the village Dohaka who died due to cholera.
  • The new shipwreck occurred mere days after they were found where the crew is struck with cholera.
  • He died three years later in Paris from cholera.
  • They had three daughters and two sons (the elder son died young from cholera).
  • They and their two daughters moved there to make a new life, but the daughters died of cholera along the way.
  • They arrived at their new home with few provisions and immediately suffered an epidemic of cholera.
  • Four years later half of the population fell victim of a cholera epidemic.
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Meaning of cholera

  • noun An acute intestinal infection caused by ingestion of contaminated water or food