Definition of Invalids

1. Noun. (plural of invalid) ¹



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Definition of Invalids

1. invalid [v] - See also: invalid

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Invalids

invalidates
invalidating
invalidation
invalidations
invalidator
invalidators
invalided
invalidhood
invaliding
invalidism
invalidisms
invalidities
invalidity
invalidly
invalidness
invalids (current term)
invalorous
invaluable
invaluableness
invaluably
invar
invariabilities
invariability
invariable
invariableness
invariables
invariably
invariance
invariances
invariant

Literary usage of Invalids

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1. A History of Inventions, Discoveries, and Origins by Johann Beckmann (1846)
"Hardouin also was of opinion that there were hospitals for invalids at Rome, one of which was built by Metellus, the son-in-law of Pompey; but for proof he ..."

2. Bulletin by Federal Board for Vocational Education, United States (1917)
"For the benefit of those invalids who can not be advantageously placed in private enterprises, special cooperative shops have been created. ..."

3. The Philosophical Magazine (1830)
"If therefore a possibility exists of offering to invalids so circumstanced a climate equally mild and salubrious to that of Italy, in the midst of their ..."

4. The Social Welfare Forum: Official Proceedings [of The] Annual Meeting by Conference of Charities and Correction (U.S.), National Conference on Social Welfare, American Social Science Association, National Conference of Social Work (U.S.) (1892)
"THE MIGRATION OF invalids. BY REV. SAMUEL A. ELIOT, DENVER. I have been asked to add to the report of the committee a few words in regard to the problem ..."

5. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1842)
"Tht Sanative Influence of Climate: with an account of the best placet of resort for invalids in England, the South of Europe, &c. By SIR JAMES CLARK, Bart., ..."

6. Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal (1830)
"... more particularly of the Chest and Digestive Organs : Comprising an account of the principal places resorted to by invalids in England, ..."

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