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diseased

[ dih-zeezd ]
/ dɪˈzizd /
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adjective
having or affected with disease.
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Origin of diseased

1425–75; late Middle English disesed; compare Anglo-French diseasé.See disease, -ed2

OTHER WORDS FROM diseased

non·dis·eased, adjectiveun·dis·eased, adjective

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH diseased

deceased, diseased
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British Dictionary definitions for diseased

diseased
/ (dɪˈziːzd) /

adjective
having or affected with disease
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Medical definitions for diseased

diseased
[ dĭ-zēzd ]

adj.
Affected with disease.
Unsound or disordered.
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