She was now on her death-bed, dropsical, gloomy, and neglected.
dropsical women, swollen like wine skins were placed on the ground before him.
It frequently appeared in dropsical Cases, depending on obstructed Viscera.
Again, the other valet had long been dropsical, and the valet who died in 1687 died of dropsy.
A dropsical affection among the young and old is very common to all the sufferers by famine.
This one was dropsical, the other subject to apoplectic fits.
There is not yet the slightest reason to suspect any dropsical collection.
That's Bob, the youngest—he there with a lip like a dropsical sausage.
As a water-god also he presided over the souls of the drowned and those who in life suffered from dropsical affections.
She was standing next to the dropsical woman by the fireside as she spoke.
dropsical drop·si·cal (drŏp'sĭ-kəl)
Relating to or suffering from dropsy.