Cholera and typhoid fever are transmitted when I ingest contaminated food or drink.
If you are convalescing from typhoid fever, you are likely to have a ravenous appetite.
Who knows whether the drains are all right, and whether she may not get typhoid fever?
When there is much fever, gastritis may be confounded with remittent or typhoid fever.
And where's the use of preaching to a man with the toothache about the perils of typhoid fever?
typhoid fever patients sometimes die suddenly in collapse when they are convalescent.
Cool the head also if necessary, as directed for typhoid fever.
Pneumonia, typhoid fever, and measles followed, and Corinth was one entire hospital.
He insisted that I had typhoid fever, and glanders, and cholera.
There was a history of typhoid fever, and as Elizabeth soon suspected, an incipient history of drink.
1800, literally "resembling typhus," from typhus + suffix from Greek -oeides "like," from eidos "form, shape" (see -oid). The noun is from 1861, a shortened form of typhoid fever (1845), so called because it was originally thought to be a variety of typhus. Typhoid Mary (1909) was Mary Mallon (d.1938), a typhoid carrier who worked as a cook and became notorious after it was learned she had unwittingly infected hundreds in U.S.
typhoid fever n.
An acute infectious disease caused by Salmonella typhi and characterized by a continued fever, physical and mental depression, an eruption of rose-colored spots on the chest and abdomen, tympanites, and diarrhea. Also called enteric fever.
typhoid ty·phoid (tī'foid')
Typhoid fever. adj. ty·phoi·dal (tī-foid'l)
Of, relating to, or resembling typhoid fever.