Watching it in public, on the other hand, exposes these films as just another method of molding of our consumptive urges.
A lady came to the consumptive's Home with a cancer in the cheek, which had attained the size of a filbert.
But the Tom Jones is there in all of us who are not anæmic or consumptive.
The bed of a consumptive, it is well known, is a powerful source of contagion.
Another lad, a consumptive was sentenced the same day for two years.
A square-cut corsage is most becoming to the woman whose narrow shoulders have a consumptive droop.
Mr. Jarvis (rising to the bait)Why, I havent a consumptive relative.
Thus the children of consumptive parents are apt to be consumptive.
The consumptive should live as much as possible in the open air.
Doctors assure us that a consumptive clings to life even when he is about to die.
consumptive con·sump·tive (kən-sŭmp'tĭv)
Of, relating to, or afflicted with consumption.