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Word of the Day 04/06/16 Valetudinarian

Valetudinarian (noun, adjective)
valetudinarian [val-i-tood-n-air-ee-uh n, -tyood-]


noun
1. an invalid.
2. a person who is excessively concerned about his or her poor health or ailments.

adjective
3. in poor health; sickly; invalid.
4. excessively concerned about one's poor health or ailments.
5. of, relating to, or characterized by invalidism.

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Origin: 1695-1705; valetudinary + -an

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