Origin of rickets
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It is of temporary duration, and usually clears up when the symptoms of rickets have been eradicated.
Rickets (a disease of the bones) often follows in the wake of faulty feeding and unhygienic surroundings.
His make-up was that of a man completely worn out—one afflicted with physical and moral rickets.The conquest of Rome|Matilde Serao
Rick′etly, shaky; Rick′ety, affected with rickets: feeble, unstable.
Then John, he's got the rickets, and is used to be fed and taken care of.