suffering from .
pertaining to :
an asthmatic wheeze.
a person suffering from .
she had earlier offered a terse description of how her asthmatic brother had come to die.
the gentle giant cut down by cops michael daly july 23, 2014
(police at the scene initially claimed that the asthmatic, 350-pound garner had suffered a heart attack).
eric garner was choked to death for selling loosies nick gillespie december 2, 2014
for example, i cannot imagine trying to treat a diabetic patient without insulin, or an asthmatic patient without bronchodilators.
when antibiotics don’t work, it’s everyone’s problem russell saunders april 30, 2014
the sunburned hacendados had the bodies of people who live outdoors, for even the asthmatic count had been a stockman.
when the owl cries paul bartlett
“that’s truth enough,” said an asthmatic voice from the backstairs.
the manxman hall caine
his head was bowed, his shoulders heaved horribly, and from him came a sound like an asthmatic horse whinnying.
command william mcfee
he was short-breathed, asthmatic and possessed a tempestuous temper.
up the forked river edward sylvester ellis
he used to do it himself; but now that he is getting old, he does not like the trouble, and it makes him asthmatic.
the elect lady george macdonald
the organ is asthmatic and the wheezing gets on my gray matter.
letters of a dakota divorcee jane burr
in fact, as my physician advises the inhalation of tobacco smoke for my asthmatic difficulties, i will join you.
trent’s trust and other stories bret harte
of, relating to, or having asthma
a person who has asthma
1540s, from latin asthmaticus, from greek asthmatikos, from asthma (see asthma). noun meaning “person with asthma” is recorded from 1610s.
pertaining to or characteristic of or ; containing, suggesting, or disseminating : atheistic literature; atheistic people. contemporary examples congress established prayer day in 1952, at a time when americans lived in fear of “atheistic communism” and nuclear armageddon. the pentagon prayer fight james carroll april 23, 2010 they had ph.d. degrees from some german school, […]
an of antimatter. antiatom (ān’tē-āt’əm, ān’tī-) an atom composed of antiparticles. an antiatom consists of positrons, antiprotons, and antineutrons. it has the same m-ss and spin as an ordinary atom, and the same amount of charge and magnetic moment, but the charge and magnetic moment are the opposite of those of an ordinary atom.
a substance that inhibits the growth-regulating function of an .
a foot of three syllables that in quant-tative meter consists of two long syllables followed by a short one, and that in accentual meter consists of two stressed syllables followed by an unstressed one.
designed to detect, intercept, or destroy missiles: an antiballistic missile. adjective of or relating to defence against ballistic weapons adjective designed to detect, intercept, or shoot down ballistic missiles; also written anti-ballistic