When he was down with rheumatics in the early spring, the place had open doors to Davey.
Sometimes also he was laid up with the rheumatics, and was unable to go afloat.
"Well, I'm not a nuisance yet with rheumatics and bellyache," observed Lady Crowborough.
She noticed how lame our granny was with the rheumatics, and told me to send up for broth.
I allus has it, and rheumatics tu—just here, cruel, your reverent.
"Too bad the rheumatics bother so, gran'," said the child, consolingly.
"Nowt but the rheumatics has ever come out o' my cup," said Jan gravely.
His boy has got the rheumatics, but I guess tain't nothin' permanent.
When I was young girls didn't mind a little bit of 'ard work—but, law bless yer, you don't care abaht my rheumatics, do yer?'
But when rheumatics gets into the bones there's no getting it out again.'
rheumatic rheu·mat·ic (rōō-māt'ĭk)
Relating to or characterized by rheumatism. n.
One who is affected by rheumatism.