The cases share a kind of morbidity: A man, eighty, is pronounced dead after thirty minutes of CPR.
I do agree that mortality isn't everything; morbidity (poor health) matters too.
He felt dulness and morbidity dropping away from him; zest of life taking their place.
Here conscience was overdoing its part, and passing from scrupulousness to morbidity.
His temperament was certainly not free from morbidity, and this morbidity may be traced in his writings.
I've never laughed at morbidity, or nerves, or insanity since.
I did not divine his genius, but I felt he needed something to take him out of his morbidity and melancholy.
Does he perhaps do so because they cannot in any way be made to square with his theory of morbidity?
All the morbidity was gone, she was not thinking follies now, and neither of them was more than a good friend.
He has none of the morbidity that often passes for refinement.
morbidity mor·bid·i·ty (mōr-bĭd'ĭ-tē)
The quality of being morbid.
A diseased state.
The incidence or prevalence of a disease.