plague-ridden

plague-ridden

or

plague-stricken

adj
(Pathology) afflicted by the plague or a plague
Translations

plague-ridden

[ˈpleɪgˌrɪdn] plague-stricken [ˈpleɪgˌstrɪkən] ADJapestado
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A whirlwind of sea voyages to plague-ridden ports, royal murder plots, Greek goddesses, and the ghost of Shakespeare, it is an updating of one of the Bard's lesser known works, Pericles, Prince of Tyre, itself a reworking of the Greek myth of Apollinus/Apollonius, and said to be written in part by playwright George Wilkins.
Fire is the key weapon here, using it to scare away the plague-ridden vermin.
When We're Gone is set in a plague-ridden, 14th-century London.
It is at this hospital that we start learning more about ourselves and our abilities, as we research further into our "condition" while playing doctor, well not playing, we actually are doctors in this case, to the citizens of the plague-ridden city.
Asif Mehmood Jaah said the society was the first to reach the plague-ridden Thar and built 500 wells to ensure supply of pure drinking water to the people also construction of 100 more was underway.
Sepora is the last known creator of spectorium, a substance that can be used to treat the dying, plague-ridden Theorian citizens.
You'll learn how plague-ridden slums made way for parks, and how the Man Ho temple with its scores of incense cones hanging from the ceiling houses both the god of martial arts - worshipped by politicians and gangsters - and the god of literature, worshipped by journalists.
But this is not plague-ridden Britain, it is a much wilder place and there are native peoples who can help or hinder in her search.
ironbridge.org.uk WARWICK By day, Warwick Castle will feature friendly scares for all the family, but at 5pm the terror tuns up a notch when the Central Courtyard falls silent for the arrival of a doctor brought into treat the grotesque, plague-ridden souls in Outbreak 1349, a chilling live-actor experience which proves that not all walls are built to keep you out.
As night envelops the Castle, the Central Courtyard falls silent for the arrival of the plague doctor, brought in to treat the grotesque, plague-ridden souls in Outbreak 1349, a knuckle-clenching live-actor experience.
The retreat of the 10 young Florentines from their plague-ridden city can be seen as a rewriting of monastic life.
He arrives in a filthy, villainous, murderous and plague-ridden Croydon.