Related formsstru·mous·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for strumous
An abundance of pure air is also a valuable factor in preventing the establishment of the strumous diathesis.
The ancients called it the strumous, and the more recent writers the scrofulous or tuberculous, diathesis.
He was, according to Lettsom's reminiscences, thin and pale, and of a strumous countenance.A Book about Doctors|John Cordy Jeaffreson
Strumous ulcerations of the limbs are the commonest diseases in Fiji.The Fijians|Basil Thomson
When these abscesses are of strumous origin the pus is thin, curdy, and offensive.