Confined to his bed by indisposition, he requested me, this time fifty years, to visit the market in his place.
He made the most of his indisposition to Almayer, who came to visit him twice a day.
The Prince, I must tell you, believes in his daughter's indisposition.
Was it anxiety caused by the indisposition of his illustrious client?
Besides that, abstinence well-timed often kills a sickness in embryo, and destroys the first seeds of an indisposition.
For lunch she drank some beef tea, keeping up the fiction of her indisposition.
The indisposition of the handmaid could not, and did not escape the notice of her royal mistress.
Is he likely to have any return of the indisposition from which, owing to your efforts, he has been suffering?
I gave prompt assurances that my indisposition was not serious.
Was it anxiety caused by the indisposition of his illustrious patient?