The rest of my comrades in the room all had at different times the "cafard" more or less seriously….
Max had heard men say jokingly or solemnly of each other, "He has the cafard."
This was his cafard, his special rage against the possessors of vineyards.
The germ of madness, of tragedy, always lies hidden in the cafard.
They mustn't go to the places where the cafard would take him.
You've got cafard, and we must make sure you have the best thing done for you.
Officers of the Legion old enough to have won a few medals seemed to respect the cafard and make allowances for his deadly work.
They mustn't risk disgrace through things which the cafard might make him do.
We go to bed and lie awake and get the 'cafard' worse and worse.
He had "cafard," for he was due to leave the hospital to-morrow and go up before the military authorities, for "prolongation."