"sore-throat; deafness from feebleness of the auricular nerves," etc., etc.
The efflorescence and sore-throat were often met with separately.
It will be convenient to give here what remains to be said of the 18th century history of sore-throat in Ireland.
Upon this ensued headaches, sore-throat, general enfeeblement.
It blew all yesterday, and having rather a sore-throat I stayed in bed, and to-day is all bright and beautiful.
A man must produce romance, or at least submit to it, when duly summoned, even though he should have a sore-throat or a headache.
The bills of mortality assign only 19 deaths to sore-throat, while they give 793 for the year to measles.
It is now some time since I was recommended to pass the first four months of the year in Cairo because I had a sore-throat.
This was the first appearance of sore-throat with efflorescence of the skin among the English colonists of North America.
As for Julien Minard, his mother excused him as being confined to his room with a sore-throat.
sore throat n.
Any of various inflammations of the tonsils, pharynx, or larynx characterized by pain in swallowing.