Origin of rubeola
OTHER WORDS FROM rubeolaru·be·o·lar, adjectivepost·ru·be·o·lar, adjective
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Occupying quite a different position from the measles induced by reinfection from without are the so-called relapses of rubeola.
Monti has recorded ten cases of rubeola in children under two months of age.
Measles or Rubeola is an exanthematous or eruptive contagious form of children's disease.Valere Aude|Louis Dechmann
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Derived forms of rubeolarubeolar, adjective
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Other words from rubeolaru•be′o•lar adj.
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