Doubtless there is a difference, and yet they differ only as the varioloid differs from the worse disease.
For those who died of the varioloid, were spared the death of ebriety.
She did not tell you that she had been dangerously ill with varioloid, contracted while 437 nursing her husband.
He was first vaccinated, and two or three days after, attacked with varioloid.
Some died of small-pox, but Thomie has had varioloid and so escaped.
Doctor came to see me after dinner and has pronounced it a case of varioloid.
Such a disease as the varioloid is a fit present, in return for slaves thus obtained!
Infant, female, of a woman who died in the Alms House of varioloid disease, shortly after giving birth to this child.
At the end of January, a contagious disorder prevailed, called the varioloid.
Schoenlein was the first to call attention to the distinction between variola and varioloid.
varioloid var·i·o·loid (vâr'ē-ə-loid', vār'-, və-rī'ə-loid')
A mild form of smallpox occurring in people who have been previously vaccinated or who have had the disease.