Watching it in public, on the other hand, exposes these films as just another method of molding of our consumptive urges.
A lady came to the consumptive's Home with a cancer in the cheek, which had attained the size of a filbert.
You assure me at all events that this young person is not consumptive?
The bed of a consumptive, it is well known, is a powerful source of contagion.
His mother was consumptive, and they're afraid he takes after her.
A square-cut corsage is most becoming to the woman whose narrow shoulders have a consumptive droop.
That beautiful young man looks like a consumptive in his last stage.
Thus the children of consumptive parents are apt to be consumptive.
But the Tom Jones is there in all of us who are not anæmic or consumptive.
Doctors assure us that a consumptive clings to life even when he is about to die.
consumptive con·sump·tive (kən-sŭmp'tĭv)
Of, relating to, or afflicted with consumption.