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What is another word for valetudinarian?

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Noun
A person who is unduly anxious about their health
“Mr. Granard became a valetudinarian. He was always applying to some physician or another, perhaps a little to their bewilderment, for no disease was apparent.”
Noun
A person who is chronically sick
“Are you a mere valetudinarian, my dear Ladyship, or some prolific mendicant whose bewitched offspring she hopes I can return to human shape?”
Adjective
Sickly, infirm, or of ailing health, especially chronically so
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“He was a boy of a sickly habit of body, and his valetudinarian state of health was, in all probability, augmented by the want of proper exercise.”
Adjective
Unduly anxious or obsessed with one's health
“The Worcestershire diarist of 1703 is a good example of a self-identified melancholic, whose valetudinarian anxieties made him particularly subject to the weather.”
Adjective
Susceptible to illness or adverse conditions
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