He was not before 1179 allowed even a leprous priest to say Mass for him.
"Let us be calm," I muttered to myself, and ran into the shade of a leprous wall.
The loathsome, leprous spots had entirely disappeared, his flesh "was like unto the flesh of a little child."
She smiled faintly, and then a tear rolled down the leprous cheek.
Let the hand of discipline smite the leprous lips which shall utter the profane heresy: All is fair in politics.
This caused an exposure of his arms, by which it became manifest that he was leprous.
The sight of a leprous man, or of a demon-distressed man, moved Him.
He liked what he had said about the leprous play, before Joseph's appearance.
They found the sultan of the place, an old man named Kimwere, sick, emaciated and leprous.
Instead of the child of his hopes he sees a shriveled and leprous corpse.