Definition of Invalidism

1. Noun. Chronic ill health.




Definition of Invalidism

1. n. The condition of an invalid; sickness; infirmity.

Definition of Invalidism

1. Noun. The condition of an invalid; sickness; infirmity. ¹

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Definition of Invalidism

1. [n -S]

Medical Definition of Invalidism

1. The condition of being an invalid. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Invalidism

invalescence
invaletudinary
invalid
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invalidated
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invalidation
invalidations
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invalidators
invalided
invalidhood
invaliding
invalidism (current term)
invalidisms
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invaluableness
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invariabilities
invariability
invariable

Literary usage of Invalidism

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1. The Letters of William James by William James (1920)
"VI 1869-1872 invalidism in Cambridge THE return to Cambridge from Germany in November, 1868, marked the beginning of four outwardly uneventful years. ..."

2. Appletons' Annual Cyclopædia and Register of Important Events of the Year (1897)
"... Mr. Spencer had a serious nervous breakdown, which for eighteen months incapacitated him for work, and left him in a condition of semi-invalidism. ..."

3. Progressive Men, Women, and Movements of the Past Twenty-Five Years by Benjamin Orange Flower (1914)
"THE FOUNDER OF CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Childhood of Mrs. Eddy—Home Influences—Marriage to George W. Glover and Death of the Husband—Years of invalidism—Marriage ..."

4. Life in the Sick-room: Essays by Harriet Martineau (1845)
"... SOME GAINS AND SWEETS OF invalidism. " God Almighty ! There is a soul of goodness in things evil, ..."

5. The Story of My Childhood by Clara Barton (1907)
"Through the confirmed invalidism of my elder sister, Dorothea, I lost her beautiful guidance, but the watchful care of my younger sister, now Mrs. Vassall, ..."

6. Christian Science: The Faith and Its Founder by Lyman Pierson Powell (1908)
"... and Education—-First Marriage in 1843—Widowhood and invalidism—Second Marriage in 1853—Visit in 1862 to Quimby—His Healing System—Mrs. Eddy's Great ..."

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