Origin of venereal
OTHER WORDS FROM venerealnon·ve·ne·re·al, adjectivepost·ve·ne·re·al, adjectiveun·ve·ne·re·al, adjective
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How to use venereal in a sentence
Conservatives on Twitter howl derisively at these polls as if their purveyors are offering alchemical cures for venereal disease.Michael Tomasky on the Coming Post-Election GOP Freak Out|Michael Tomasky|November 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It lists Mike's grandfather, "Dr. D. N. Peschkowsky," as a specialist in venereal disease.
It is certain that what is considered the more severe of these venereal diseases may be acquired quite innocently.
A very great change has come over the attitude of the medical profession towards the so-called venereal diseases in recent years.
This includes all the infant diseases, and the deadly venereal diseases.
Or maybe it is a case of venereal disease, in a young man who was drafted into the army and turned loose amid the joys of Paris.
There was a case reported in Germany of 236 children who contracted venereal disease from swimming in a public bath.