Definition of Malarious

1. Adjective. Causing or relating to malaria. ¹

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Definition of Malarious

1. [adj]

Medical Definition of Malarious

1. Of or pertaining, to or infected by, malaria. Malarial fever, a fever produced by malaria, and characterised by the occurrence of chills, fever, and sweating in distinct paroxysms, at intervals of definite and often uniform duration, in which these symptoms are wholly absent (intermittent fever), or only partially so (remittent fever); fever and ague; chills and fever. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Malarious

malarial crescent
malarial haemoglobinuria
malarial knobs
malarial mosquito
malarial periodicity
malarial pigment
malarial pigment stain
malarious (current term)
malate-aspartate shuttle
malate-condensing enzyme

Literary usage of Malarious

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Popular Science Monthly (1885)
"The increasing intensity of the poison in malarious soils abandoned to themselves is ... Etruscan and Latin cities—Rome herself—arose in malarious regions, ..."

2. The American Sportsman: Containing Hints to Sportsmen, Notes on Shooting by Elisha Jarrett Lewis, George G. White (1863)
"Therefore, if the sportsman should visit the malarious districts during the season of these poisonous exhalations, it behooves him to be extremely cautious ..."

3. Public Health Papers and Reports by American Public Health Association (1893)
"It certainly was a non-malarious station, and yet whenever the organic constituents of the stream, which supplied the drinking water, were such as to yield ..."

4. Sub-Tropical Rambles in the Land of the Aphanapteryx: Personal Experiences by Nicolas Pike (1873)
"The hundreds constantly arriving from the worst hotbeds of malarious disorders, bring with them the germs of the different fevers prevalent in India, ..."

5. The Medical Times and Gazette (1861)
"Nay, we know that in malarious districts in England the poor could not exist without the " tasteless ague drop," as the arsenic is called, ..."

6. A Manual of Public Health by Alexander Wynter Blyth (1890)
"UNDER the somewhat indefinite term of malarious diseases is meant those maladies which ... malarious soils are all more or less marshy, or are tracts in the ..."

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