In 1867 I attended a young lady whose previous health had been good, and whose brother was sick at the time with scarlet fever.
Sophy was unwell, was feverish; the scarlet fever had been in the neighbourhood.
We could not tell, from what he said, whether he had been divorced or had lost them all from scarlet fever.
One of Captain Orrin Eldridge's children was ill with scarlet fever.
Well, to give us all scarlet fever, malignant scarlet fever?
A person can have smallpox, scarlet fever, and measles but once each.
Measles today, smallpox, tuberculosis, scarlet fever and everything else tomorrow.
And I don't mean the scarlet fever which you haven't, or a hair lip, or such like.
"Then there is no danger of scarlet fever," whispered Ruth, feeling relieved.
Harvey says it is not scarlet fever at all, and he persuaded mother to let him go after you.
scarlet fever scar·let fever (skär'lĭt)
An acute contagious disease caused by a hemolytic streptococcus, occurring predominantly among children and characterized by a scarlet skin eruption and high fever. Also called scarlatina.