But the precise nature of the morbific agent is still unknown.
The same thing may be said of the progressive intensity of the morbific production in abandoned malarious districts.
It is commonly thought, that the Blood only is affected in these Cases by the morbific Effluvia.
In a similar manner, small pox, measles, chicken pox and all eruptive diseases come out as products from morbific causes within.
Exposure to cold brings with it the ability to withstand it, and not only that but all other morbific influences as well.
In such a case, the medicine first excites a combat between the morbific force and the conservative reaction.
It is some morbific agency, the influence of which, Dr. Whedon said, is exerted upon the pneumogastric nerve.
Dr. morbific, by inoculating himself once too often with non-contagious matter, had explained himself out of the world.
But many times the menses proceed from some violence done to nature, or some morbific matter, which often proves fatal.
On their appearance, his great aim is to strengthen the patient, and eliminate the morbific matters by the pores of the skin.
morbific mor·bif·ic (môr-bĭf'ĭk)
Relating to or causing disease; pathogenic.