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Definition of Scarlatina

  • Scarlet fever.
  • an acute communicable disease (usually in children) characterized by fever and a red rash

How to use scarlatina in a sentence. Scarlatina pronunciation.

But scarlatina and diphtheria were stalking the plains.
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Pneumonia, diphtheria, scarlatina and measles-all these were among the more obvious possibilities.
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All the little children whom the good fairies take to, because their cruel mothers and fathers will not; all who are untaught and brought up heathens, and all who come to grief by ill-usage or ignorance or neglect; all the little children who are overlaid, or given gin when they are young, or are let to drink out of hot kettles, or to fall into the fire; all the little children in alleys and courts, and tumble-down cottages, who die by fever, and cholera, and measles, and scarlatina, and nasty complaints which no one has any business to have, and which no one will have some day, when folks have common sense; and all the little children who have been killed by cruel masters and wicked soldiers; they were all there, except, of course, the babes of Bethlehem who were killed by wicked King Herod; for they were taken straight to heaven long ago, as everybody knows, and we call them the Holy Innocents.
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Typhus has a mouse-like odor, and the following diseases have at different times been described as having peculiar odors,-measles, the smell of freshly plucked feathers; scarlatina, of bread hot from the oven; eczema and impetigo, the smell of mold; and rupia, a decidedly offensive odor.
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The dermal manifestations, such as urticaria and eruptions resembling the exanthem of scarlatina, are too well known to need mention here.
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The Nurse and Mother Bunch began to comfort her, and explain that the doctor thought she had the scarlatina; not at all badly; but that if any of the others caught it, nobody could guess how bad they would be; especially Mamma, who had just been ill; and so she was to be rolled up in her blankets, and put into a carriage, and taken to her uncle's; and there she would stay till she was not only well, but could safely come home without carrying infection about with her.
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So they all go up again into the gorgeous drawing-rooms-all of them flushed with breakfast, as having taken scarlatina sociably-and there the combined unknowns do malignant things with their legs to ottomans, and take as much as possible out of the splendid furniture.
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And you have-when you catch it-the Scarlatina.
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Then the infection from an unknown source, the treacherous scarlatina, the days of fierce, losing conflict, and sudden Death again smote Ethel Lord.
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When Hortense was five she was sharply ill for several weeks with scarlatina.
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The infantine troubles of teething, whooping-cough, and scarlatina were trifles as compared with the later annoyance and difficulties of dealing with striplings who had the audacity to imagine themselves grown-up, and competent to have a say in their own lives!
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Measles, whooping-cough, scarlatina, croup, diphtheria, are quite unknown.
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She might as well have stayed at home and used Parry's liquid horse-blister, for there was plenty of it in the stables; and then she would have saved her money, and saved the chance, also, of making all the children ill instead of well (as hundreds are made), by taking them to some nasty smelling undrained lodging, and then wondering how they caught scarlatina and diphtheria: but people won't be wise enough to understand that till they are dead of bad smells, and then it will be too late; besides you see, Sir John did certainly snore very loud.
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In the autumn of 1840 there was an epidemic of scarlatina, and of the 237 patients on the books, 50 were suffering from that complaint.
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Besides, scarcely any contagious diseases come to Lourdes, neither cholera, nor typhus, nor variola, nor measles, nor scarlatina.
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Examples of Scarlatina

Example #1
The message had been such a shock to me that I had acted with automatic precision.
Example #2
The Sunday before I had left wife and child in perfect health.
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I was enough of a doctor to trust my ability to diagnose.
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I had picked up a few things at the drug store-things which had occurred to me on the spur of the moment as likely to be needed; but now I started a process of analysis and elimination.
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But I wish Tom had given up all his naughty tricks, and left off tormenting dumb animals now that he had plenty of playfellows to amuse him.
Example #6
And, if that is not all, every word, true, then there is no faith in microscopes, and all is over with the Linnaean Society.