adjective Also asth·mat·i·cal.
Origin of asthmatic
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(Police at the scene initially claimed that the asthmatic, 350-pound Garner had suffered a heart attack).Eric Garner Was Choked to Death for Selling Loosies|Nick Gillespie|December 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
She had earlier offered a terse description of how her asthmatic brother had come to die.
For example, I cannot imagine trying to treat a diabetic patient without insulin, or an asthmatic patient without bronchodilators.When Antibiotics Don’t Work, It’s Everyone’s Problem|Russell Saunders|May 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Again in November she had a slight tendency to an asthmatic fit, took two or three doses of the same medicine and got well.
The asthmatic patients subject to repeated attacks of malaria derive less permanent benefit from the use of the drug.
I heard her asthmatic cough, and the dragging of her gouty feet.
By the administration of the preparation, asthmatic attacks can frequently be aborted.
His heart beat too fast, he had an asthmatic feeling in the chest; and going to the window, he opened it to get some air.Five Tales|John Galsworthy