The man had fallen a victim to heart-disease, and there was no getting away from the fact.
You're not going to spring anything so pat as heart-disease on us?
By the way, should you hear of a good doctor for heart-disease, tell me: I have my fears for the poor soul.'
Pennington Lawton had died of heart-disease, so said the coroner.
Here is a case of heart-disease consequent on a rheumatic fever that followed reckless exposure.
I recalled he had written to us that he was suffering from heart-disease, and I was alarmed for him.
The next morning a telegram informed us of my mother's sudden death from heart-disease at exactly that hour.
He died suddenly of heart-disease on the 29th of October 1885 at Orange.
He felt her pulse; looked at her tongue; said that it was heart-disease, caused by excitement.
I answered him that there was none, except to those who were troubled with heart-disease.
heart disease n.
A structural or functional abnormality of the heart, or of the blood vessels supplying the heart, that impairs its normal functioning.