He had only one subject for intellectual conversation, the epizootic diseases.
If you ask me, said Agnes, with conviction, I think the old thing has the epizootic.
With a climate which produces healthy, vigorous animals, notably free from epizootic diseases, with a fertile Dairy products.
"No matter if I do catch the epizootic; guess I'll get over it," said the boy.
Close contact of plague-infected with healthy animals, if fleas are excluded, does not give rise to an epizootic among the latter.
In the 18th and 19th centuries it sometimes spread like an epizootic over the whole of Europe, from Siberia to France.
I think I have the epizootic, and I don't want any breakfast.
Later, in 1648, an epizootic of this disease visited Germany and spread to other parts of Europe.
Certain appearances which are characteristic of one epizootic may be absent in another.
This disease has previously been known in this country as epizootic lymphangitis, or pseudo-farcy.
epizootic ep·i·zo·ot·ic (ěp'ĭ-zō-ŏt'ĭk)
Affecting a large number of animals at the same time within a particular region or geographic area. Used of a disease.