(ˈruːməˌtɪz) ,




(Medicine) dialect forms of rheumatism
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Macey's looking for a word from us," said Dolly; "he'll be hurt if we pass him and say nothing--and him so racked with rheumatiz.
But he says, "It'll do your rheumatiz good to hobble to church: there's nothing like exercise for the rheumatiz.
Well, my rheumatiz got better--I know not whether wi' going to church or not, but one frosty Sunday I got this cold i' my eyes.
Old rheumatiz,' says I, when it grips me hard, `you've GOT to stop aching sometime.
Sho 'nuff, when Henry begun ter draw up wid de rheumatiz en it look like he gwine ter die for sho, his noo master sen' fer Mars Dugal', en Mars Dugal' gin him what promus, en brung Henry home ag'in.
Only let the rheumatiz and other sicknesses keep clear of me, and I ask no flavors or favors from any.
Phil adds rheumatiz, collywobbles, blahs, and nubs.