Synonyms for ailment

Grammar : Noun
Spell : eyl-muh nt
Phonetic Transcription : ˈeɪl mənt

Top 10 synonyms for ailment Other synonyms for the word ailment

Définition of ailment

Origin :
  • 1706, from ail + -ment.
  • noun mild sickness
Example sentences :
  • There would be visible evidence of the ailment, and cure could be proved.
  • Extract from : « The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete » by Emile Zola
  • I did not, however, understand that the oxen got their ailment from the Missourians.
  • Extract from : « A Gold Hunter's Experience » by Chalkley J. Hambleton
  • Diego must know of his ailment, and why he had to go to Oostpoort.
  • Extract from : « Wind » by Charles Louis Fontenay
  • I daresay I do, and I wish to God it was only this raxed arm that was the worst of my ailment.
  • Extract from : « John Splendid » by Neil Munro
  • Let it be remembered that every change in a life habit is the beginning of an ailment.
  • Extract from : « Old-Time Makers of Medicine » by James J. Walsh
  • Everyone is in town on fair days, and every kind of ailment is brought to the doctor.
  • Extract from : « Lady Bountiful » by George A. Birmingham
  • The Tarjum complained of an ailment from which he had suffered for some time.
  • Extract from : « An Explorer's Adventures in Tibet » by A. Henry Savage Landor
  • He was sensitive and never spoke of his ailment and I was the only one who knew the extent of it.
  • Extract from : « The Jucklins » by Opie Read
  • Indeed, no one looking at Mr. Carr would have suspected him of an “ailment.”
  • Extract from : « At the Sign of the Jack O'Lantern » by Myrtle Reed
  • The old man inquired with concern as he would have inquired after an ailment.
  • Extract from : « The Promise » by James B. Hendryx

Antonyms for ailment

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