noun, plural di·ath·e·ses [dahy-ath-uh-seez] /daɪˈæθ əˌsiz/.
Origin of diathesis
Examples from the Web for diathesis
Historical Examples of diathesis
Clancy was an American with an Irish diathesis and cosmopolitan proclivities.Cabbages and Kings
If this diathesis be undoubtedly present, the operation should be avoided.
The same conditions also appear in the diathesis of the “bleeders.”Degeneracy
Eugene S. Talbot
It is probably connected with a diathesis—the arthritic—which may be inherited or acquired.
Milk can convey no disease or diathesis except on account of its deficiency in nutritive properties.