Far from being limiting, this acknowledgement allowed her to make a series that speaks directly to the epidemic as it is today.
In mid-summer, as the epidemic swept through the region, schools closed one by one.
Last year, a polio outbreak in Deir ez-Zor raised concerns throughout the region about the spread of an epidemic.
Lee Siegel on the current epidemic of political cowardice—and the death of the noble defeat.
This tragic beating raised public awareness of the epidemic proportion of this kind of crime in America.
The trees seemed to have been killed by some kind of an epidemic.
Well, don't you see, when there's an epidemic, people don't wait to embam.
Thousands of men perished in the explosions, and the epidemic had risen to its height of horror.
Is there anyone you suspect of being the cause of such an epidemic?
Perhaps the simplest form of this craze is seen in the epidemic character of childrens games.
epidemic ep·i·dem·ic (ěp'ĭ-děm'ĭk) or ep·i·dem·i·cal (-ĭ-kəl)
Spreading rapidly and extensively by infection and affecting many individuals in an area or a population at the same time, as of a disease or illness. n.
An outbreak or unusually high occurrence of a disease or illness in a population or area.
An outbreak of a disease or illness that spreads rapidly among individuals in an area or population at the same time. See also endemic, pandemic.