valetudinarianism

Infirmity vs Valetudinarianism - What's the difference?

infirmity | valetudinarianism |


As nouns the difference between infirmity and valetudinarianism

is that infirmity is feebleness, frailty or ailment, especially due to old age while valetudinarianism is the condition of a valetudinarian; a state of feeble health; infirmity.

Health vs Valetudinarianism - What's the difference?

health | valetudinarianism |


As nouns the difference between health and valetudinarianism

is that health is the state of being free from physical or psychological disease, illness, or malfunction; wellness while valetudinarianism is the condition of a valetudinarian; a state of feeble health; infirmity.

Feeble vs Valetudinarianism - What's the difference?

feeble | valetudinarianism |


As an adjective feeble

is deficient in physical strength; weak; infirm; debilitated.

As a verb feeble

is (obsolete) to make feeble; to enfeeble.

As a noun valetudinarianism is

the condition of a valetudinarian; a state of feeble health; infirmity.

Valetudinarian vs Valetudinarianism - What's the difference?

valetudinarian | valetudinarianism |


As nouns the difference between valetudinarian and valetudinarianism

is that valetudinarian is a person in poor health or sickly, especially one who is constantly obsessed with their state of health while valetudinarianism is the condition of a valetudinarian; a state of feeble health; infirmity.

As an adjective valetudinarian

is sickly, infirm, of ailing health.

Valetudinarianism vs Morbidity - What's the difference?

valetudinarianism | morbidity |

Valetudinarianism is a see also of morbidity.


As nouns the difference between valetudinarianism and morbidity

is that valetudinarianism is the condition of a valetudinarian; a state of feeble health; infirmity while morbidity is the quality of being unhealthful, morbid.