At dawn he came to tell her that Parr had the black-water fever.
"And this time it will get me: just one or two little chills," he reflected, thinking of black-water fever.
It quickly became pernicious, and developed into black-water fever.
Fever not unfrequently assumes the dangerous form known as “black-water fever.”
"We've got black-water fever on board now, Brasse," he said in a weary voice.
We are surrounded by mangrove swamps, and they breed mosquitos, and consequently malaria and black-water fever.
Malarial and black-water fever are prevalent in Dar-es-Salaam.
He had been a long while recovering from the wound that had crippled him, and from the black-water fever.
blackwater fever black·wa·ter fever (blāk'wô'tər)
A serious, often fatal complication of falciparum malaria, characterized by the passage of bloody, dark red, or black urine.