the state, condition, or habits of a valetudinarian.
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How to use valetudinarianism in a sentence
To lug in morals, or ulterior effect on character at every point, is to cultivate moral valetudinarianism or priggish posing.Human Nature and Conduct | John Dewey
Well, I ought to be glad, after ten years of the worst training on earth—valetudinarianism—that I can still be troubled by a duty.The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. 24 (of 25) | Robert Louis Stevenson
They should savor not of valetudinarianism, but of athletic development.How to Live | Irving Fisher and Eugene Fisk