I got drunk, sunstroke, and dysentery,” laughs Robert, “but I also got the girl.
At first I thought it was sunstroke, but it couldn't have been, though the weather certainly is rather warm.
During the engagement the Americans lost one man from sunstroke.
Only my thick hair, I am convinced, saved me from sunstroke.
She had never had a sunstroke; she had never even heard of one.
Here he lived in quiet and happiness, but only a short time, for he died of sunstroke at the age of forty-four.
The hounds could not run; one died from sunstroke while chasing a jack rabbit.
The men of the north, Gauls and Sicambri, began to die of sunstroke.
The surgeon, running up from the pavilion, pronounced it as a case of sunstroke.
The hospitals were already full of soldiers suffering as much from sunstroke as from wounds received in battle.
sunstroke or sun stroke
Heatstroke that results from undue exposure to the sun's rays and is marked by prostration and collapse, but not by fever.