Witnesses said Kate, who is allergic to horses, looked worried but that William reassured her.
But no matter, we are allergic and getting more allergic, hear us roar (and sniffle and whine and hack).
Even children not found to be allergic are forced by their parents to be aware of the proposed risk to their lives.
And then someone might be allergic to a certain pill, so I had to carry the substitutes.
Like a large and growing number of Americans, I am allergic to vacations, but I do enjoy a change of scenery.
We were allergic to women from their nylon hose to their face powder.
They're allergic to the critters, the trees, the natives—to everything here.
Lindsay had seen too much of allergic reactions since reaching Earth not to know he was looking at another.
He also was allergic to nearly everything and was always sneezing at the wrong time, just when we were supposed to be quiet.
Others have allergic reactions to certain foods; some allergic reactions appear to be subtle, affecting a person's moods.
allergic al·ler·gic (ə-lûr'jĭk)
Of, caused, or characterized by an allergy.
Having an allergy or exhibiting an allergic reaction to a substance.
Having a strong aversion to something or somebody usually jocular: Teachers have that effect on me. Quite frankly, I am allergic to them (1935+)