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Correct spelling:
A definite pathologic process with a characteristic set of signs and symptoms. It may affect the whole body or any of its parts, and its etiology, pathology, and prognosis may be known or unknown.


Disabilities, Infirmities, Maladies, Fevers, Infections, Spasms, Syndromes, Viruses, handicaps, curses, complaints, malaises, complications, affections, agues, ailments, attacks, breakdowns, bugs, collapses, conditions, debilities, disorders, illnesses, pestilences, sicknesses, symptoms.
Examples of usage:
  1. Newgate had something of the charm for Defoe that a hospital full of hideous diseases has for an enthusiastic surgeon. – Daniel Defoe by William Minto
  2. When discussing the subject with Sir John Williams- one of the greatest authorities on the diseases of women- he said, " I do not see that any harm could arise from women riding like men. – A Girl's Ride in Iceland by Ethel Brilliana Alec-Tweedie
  3. Given a million normal human beings under twenty, and you can say with certainty that a majority of them will die before reaching a certain age, that they will die in certain circumstances and of certain diseases. – The Eye of Osiris by R. Austin Freeman
  4. It varies remarkably in its importance, being sometimes so slight as scarcely to amount to an illness, but in other instances one of the most deadly of diseases. – The Mother's Manual of Children's Diseases by Charles West, M.D.
  5. Formerly there were forests of oak and of pine in Inishmore, which must have been peculiarly suited to those who suffered from diseases of the chest. – The South Isles of Aran by Oliver J. Burke