Bedridden Child Rather spent about three years of his childhood bedridden with rheumatic fever.
These are children who have large tonsils or who are rheumatic.
While they were waiting for the rheumatic piano to resume they promenaded.
Practically all the rheumatic cases have low pressure, the syphilitic cases have a high pressure.
Mary, the nurse, went over with me to see her, and says she has rheumatic fever.
Mrs. Everett had just recovered from a severe attack of rheumatic fever, contracted the spring before in Paris.
There is no weakness like the rheumatic, I have heard, and 'tis true, 'tis true.
Her sister was now and henceforth an invalid, suffering sadly from rheumatic arthritis.
The so-called "growing pains" are often of rheumatic origin.
He was an old man with a rheumatic walk and a stubbly, unshaven chin stained with tobacco juice.
rheumatic rheu·mat·ic (rōō-māt'ĭk)
Relating to or characterized by rheumatism. n.
One who is affected by rheumatism.