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Pronunciation:

[h_ˈɛ_l_θ], [hˈɛlθ], [hˈɛlθ]
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Synonyms for Health:

health (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Health:

  • hearthe,
  • helther,
  • haelthier,
  • helthier,
  • helath,
  • heathly,
  • leath,
  • halth,
  • healthny,
  • healtchare,
  • heatlthy,
  • helthy,
  • aalthough,
  • ahealth,
  • healht,
  • nealth,
  • helathy,
  • healthyer,
  • healthe,
  • healthcre,
  • whealthy,
  • delth,
  • healthjier,
  • healither,
  • healtha,
  • healthwise,
  • healthm,
  • hleathy,
  • halph,
  • healythy,
  • nonhealth,
  • qualith,
  • thealthy,
  • heatlh,
  • himsealth,
  • tewlth,
  • holzwarth,
  • healty,
  • healthacre,
  • fealthy,
  • early19th,
  • helph,
  • haealth,
  • halethy,
  • hearthy,
  • healtch,
  • heallth,
  • helth,
  • ghealth,
  • deluth,
  • helthe,
  • helpwith,
  • heaalthy,
  • healthu,
  • heaalth,
  • healthyl,
  • healthty,
  • healthly,
  • hialiah,
  • healthir,
  • welath,
  • healh,
  • qalthough,
  • healthym,
  • healthfair,
  • haleth,
  • healrh,
  • hacth,
  • healthcareer,
  • helthyer,
  • waelth,
  • wealthy6,
  • healthlier,
  • healthing,
  • walthy,
  • haelthy,
  • helpthe,
  • healthcae,
  • whealth,
  • healthes,
  • healhy,
  • harth,
  • halty,
  • healthaly,
  • heakth,
  • qualithy,
  • healther,
  • heighth,
  • heathy,
  • healtyh,
  • healt,
  • heigth,
  • hhealth,
  • hallbath,
  • welth,
  • dalth,
  • uhealthy,
  • dealth,
  • healtthier,
  • havethe,
  • holwarth,
  • hadthe,
  • healthl,
  • healthi,
  • heatthy,
  • healhier,
  • helpeth,
  • hearlth,
  • hearwith,
  • helthing,
  • htealth,
  • welthy,
  • fhilthy,
  • healthc,
  • healthcar,
  • healthmate,
  • heealth,
  • healf,
  • helathcare,
  • healtheir,
  • heatlth,
  • helty,
  • halthy,
  • ehalth,
  • ahealthy,
  • ialthough,
  • medhealth,
  • dhealth,
  • heakthy,
  • ehalthy,
  • healthercare,
  • helthey,
  • harleythere,
  • rhlthm,
  • welathy,
  • ofhealth,
  • felth,
  • hellthy,
  • haelth,
  • helathier,
  • healthyly,
  • palth,
  • heaolth,
  • healtheier,
  • healyh,
  • healthuy,
  • healkth,
  • helthcare,
  • teelth,
  • healyt,
  • hualt,
  • healthey,
  • ehealth,
  • lhealth,
  • weallth,
  • ealth,
  • dealthy,
  • halfbath,
  • hiegth,
  • healtherier,
  • herwith,
  • healtth,
  • halfh,
  • healthyier,
  • heallthy,
  • healithy,
  • yourhealth,
  • shealth,
  • healight,
  • heslthy,
  • hleath,
  • wearlth,
  • walth,
  • waelthy,
  • thilthy,
  • felthy,
  • whelth,
  • helpthem,
  • heailther,
  • healthys,
  • healm,
  • halthey,
  • helaty,
  • health''s,
  • halthcare,
  • hearlthy,
  • heaklth,
  • healthare,
  • valthob,
  • beulth,
  • healrth,
  • healthj,
  • healtn,
  • heralth,
  • hralth,
  • healthcheck,
  • healthacare,
  • healithier,
  • ealthy,
  • healththy,
  • healy,
  • helahty,
  • hegith,
  • highligth,
  • hollyfeather,
  • horvath,
  • huynth,
  • sealth.

Rhymes for Health:

  1. wealth, stealth;

Quotes for Health:

  1. It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society. Jiddu Krishnamurti.
  2. We need a vibrant Medicaid program and strategies to expand affordable access to health care for all, especially for the specialty care services that community health centers do not provide. Jan Schakowsky.
  3. The answer was that in Burundi, having a clean bill of health has taken on a very particular meaning: unless and until you have paid for your hospital treatment, you simply can't leave, you are in effect a captive. Rowan D. Williams.

Idioms of Health:

  1. in the best of health
  2. be the picture of health, innocence, etc.;
  3. a clean bill of health

Adjectives for Health:

  • green and ardent,
  • lifelong good,
  • glossy good,
  • ebullient financial,
  • ebulliently robust,
  • large prepaid,
  • inmental,
  • generally frail and vulnerable,
  • regional mental,
  • full, energetic,
  • ideal anal,
  • distrustingly vigorous,
  • thick national,
  • non-violent, general,
  • unremarkable good,
  • hitherto superb,
  • solid, animal,
  • perfect, unthinking,
  • significantly excellent,
  • societal mental,
  • fleshy good,
  • rude and abundant,
  • plump bahamian,
  • bronzed, good,
  • debilitating and often rare,
  • rather debilitating,
  • good cardiac,
  • obvious rude,
  • clearly robust,
  • meager good,
  • identically robust,
  • miraculously rude,
  • robust, superhuman,
  • electric, public,
  • few pakistani,
  • comparatively strong and robust,
  • always private and original,
  • superlatively ecclesiastical,
  • radiant, unbroken,
  • despairing ill,
  • sociopsychological public,
  • electronic public,
  • life-saving, personal,
  • life-long ill,
  • quarrelsome, good,
  • good and robust,
  • wise, energetic,
  • excellent, uninterrupted,
  • delicate or broken-down,
  • back vigorous,
  • important vigorous,
  • psychic magnetism [physical,
  • sufficient corporal,
  • constant infirm,
  • daring, exuberant,
  • solid exuberant,
  • sturdy and useful,
  • bad abundant,
  • german monopoly-national,
  • glandular or other,
  • crazed good,
  • serious, immediate,
  • wiry good,
  • cutting-edge mental,
  • sleek good,
  • raw good,
  • generally frail,
  • turkish mental,
  • stringed, national,
  • nationwide mental,
  • dormant mental,
  • unnatural good,
  • serious stress-related,
  • aggressive international,
  • ebullient good,
  • decent, affordable,
  • improbable good,
  • old, exuberant,
  • environmental and public,
  • genetic and somatic,
  • crucial official,
  • reliable independent,
  • crucial local,
  • absurdly exclusive,
  • latest unrecognizable,
  • sorry, mental,
  • state-of-the-art mental,
  • vibrant good,
  • worldwide long-term,
  • eternal ill,
  • proverbial national,
  • particularly disordered,
  • psychiatric-mental,
  • agricultural and public,
  • poor and unreliable,
  • best, mental,
  • last, ill,
  • military mental,
  • tottering and feeble,
  • undeserved ill,
  • whole, excellent,
  • inaccessible or inhospitable,
  • rude, unconscious,
  • canadian federal,
  • brutish good,
  • lusty good,
  • tax-based,
  • overall mental,
  • ominously bad,
  • rather average,
  • exceptionally robust,
  • competent mental,
  • such deranged,
  • young and genial,
  • rugged and stubborn,
  • post-hospital,
  • physical animal,
  • digital public,
  • otherwise well-intentioned,
  • always frail,
  • employer-provided,
  • positive, strong,
  • robust animal,
  • rude, rugged,
  • cancer-related,
  • particularly luxurious,
  • smoking-related,
  • obviously delicate,
  • impending ill,
  • full, vigorous,
  • actual subsequent,
  • stalwart good,
  • hitherto excellent,
  • common, public,
  • military, public,
  • robust, muscular,
  • once frail,
  • strong virile,
  • mental,
  • overall good,
  • persistent bad,
  • worst long-term,
  • sychological,
  • good, robust,
  • other and good,
  • brilliant, joyous,
  • iritual,
  • placid good,
  • universal and comprehensive,
  • typical public,
  • athletic good,
  • seasoned professional,
  • perfect mortal,
  • sufficiently vigorous,
  • always private,
  • small finnish,
  • old robust,
  • full, normal,
  • available mental,
  • typical national,
  • often rare,
  • exuberant physical,
  • present weak,
  • apparently fair,
  • buoyant good,
  • unparalleled good,
  • previous national,
  • highly damaging,
  • especially mental,
  • robust, vigorous,
  • scarce such,
  • many routine,
  • incredible good,
  • regular mental,
  • boyish good,
  • good long-term,
  • local environmental,
  • generous private,
  • spiritual and psychic,
  • periodontal,
  • other congenital,
  • solid animal,
  • initial public,
  • cradle-to-grave,
  • noble and solemn,
  • own ruddy,
  • especially tough,
  • overall economic,
  • definite public,
  • present ill,
  • therefore perfect,
  • attentive public,
  • seriously poor,
  • ordinary and friable,
  • customary robust,
  • colonial mental,
  • previous robust,
  • environmental and biological,
  • booming good,
  • infantile ill,
  • wet or ill,
  • static good,
  • entire thy,
  • divine and vibrant,
  • irish ill,
  • capital but good,
  • enviable mental,
  • surprising and overpowering,
  • unmarried, fair,
  • blatant, immodest,
  • july ill,
  • successful, perfect,
  • stout physical,
  • infirm mental,
  • limitless good,
  • fullest psychic,
  • robust and oppressive,
  • regrettably poor,
  • refined, good,
  • robust ruddy,
  • afterward delicate,
  • evident delicate,
  • perfect canine,
  • constant poor,
  • rosy, placid,
  • ruddy and joyous,
  • painful ill,
  • riotous and absolutely unbridled,
  • old-time vigorous,
  • words general,
  • slender, robust,
  • far splendid,
  • virile intellectual,
  • transport general,
  • outfit personal transport general,
  • preventable ill,
  • often frail,
  • puny ill,
  • chronic, indifferent,
  • temporary robust,
  • robust, general,
  • whole, robust,
  • unpoetically robust,
  • fair, ordinary,
  • sick but universal,
  • habitual poor,
  • sinewy hard,
  • absolutely rugged,
  • least buoyant,
  • back excellent,
  • perfect, lusty,
  • oldest exclusive,
  • general delicate,
  • sanguine, florid,
  • exactly rude,
  • apparent robust,
  • rude or full,
  • delicate and somewhat precarious,
  • capital and poor,
  • ostentatiously rude,
  • well-developed childish,
  • brightest national,
  • fragrant and exuberant,
  • finest and most robust,
  • admirable exuberant,
  • clean and rugged,
  • protracted ill,
  • excess, damaging,
  • thy bustling,
  • perfect but unobtrusive,
  • rosy good,
  • deranged maternal,
  • glorious, buoyant,
  • everlasting ill,
  • depressing ill,
  • young, public,
  • perfect, open-air,
  • long-term fiscal,
  • eager, exuberant,
  • snug, general,
  • mental and general,
  • habitual and conscious,
  • lately ill,
  • enviable and admirable,
  • perpetual international,
  • dangerous ill,
  • spiritual nor mental,
  • invalid better,
  • robust and long-established,
  • apparently exuberant,
  • other unbounded,
  • convenient ill,
  • tolerable or good,
  • robust and absolute,
  • nowadays fashionable,
  • life-long frail,
  • antiphlebotomical,
  • rude and antiphlebotomical,
  • defective perfect,
  • red-haired, aggressive,
  • slowly physical,
  • unusually buoyant,
  • better and permanent,
  • constantly poor,
  • substantial or moral,
  • abominable good,
  • calm and better,
  • perfect, mental and physical,
  • possibly perfect,
  • weal and good,
  • nowhere perfect,
  • useless ill,
  • high robust,
  • gray ill,
  • good corporeal,
  • unceasing ill,
  • physical,
  • taut golden,
  • sane mental,
  • long-term ill,
  • talented mental,
  • similar poor,
  • chronic poor,
  • good rugged,
  • past, public,
  • seeming bad,
  • perfect rosy,
  • more unspiritual,
  • coarse, vigorous,
  • simple vegetative,
  • tolerable physical,
  • confessedly poor,
  • stalwart mental,
  • perfectly hearty,
  • vigorous and affluent,
  • absolutely unbridled,
  • maximal physical,
  • famous ill,
  • individual weak,
  • fair or average,
  • uncommonly robust,
  • mysterious ill,
  • generally vigorous,
  • arrival and good,
  • potential ill,
  • physical and spiritual,
  • pretentious good,
  • fiscal mental,
  • chronic good,
  • agreeably weak,
  • partly weak,
  • solid calm,
  • famous arid,
  • deplorably weak,
  • untrained public,
  • perfect, unimpaired,
  • previously excellent,
  • abundant fine,
  • delightful and quiet,
  • coarse, good,
  • austere and awful,
  • especial physical,
  • always capital,
  • recurrent ill,
  • traditional mental,
  • unfailing physical,
  • often fragile,
  • robust and joyous,
  • present radiant,
  • sexual or general,
  • calm and comparative,
  • outrageously perfect,
  • imperfect general,
  • good, presentable,
  • ordinary rude,
  • serious and incurable,
  • social ill,
  • absolutely rude,
  • manifest perfect,
  • fine sensuous,
  • robust masculine,
  • resultant good,
  • strangely feeble,
  • habitual bad,
  • cold, ill,
  • national environmental,
  • sympathetic mental,
  • excellent overall,
  • neat cheap,
  • such self-conscious,
  • full, good,
  • nearest mental,
  • normal and good,
  • absolute ideal,
  • physical, moral and spiritual,
  • good ruddy,
  • horrible good,
  • active strong,
  • pink plump,
  • rude moral,
  • general and sexual,
  • delicate and uncertain,
  • national mental,
  • permanent and perfect,
  • now precarious,
  • mental, physical and spiritual,
  • vigorous and creative,
  • stringent public,
  • obstinate good,
  • infamous bad,
  • perfect and invariable,
  • probably superior,
  • overall poor,
  • spiritual and internal,
  • gray, long,
  • away moral,
  • diffuse good,
  • back physical,
  • fine unconscious,
  • thorough spiritual,
  • uniformly excellent,
  • fresh and perfect,
  • many climatic,
  • physical but mental,
  • such infirm,
  • medical and mental,
  • whole reproductive,
  • elementary public,
  • back sweet,
  • chronically poor,
  • true survival,
  • conventional public,
  • bloody national,
  • upscale private,
  • radiant physical,
  • hopeless bad,
  • immortal and spiritual,
  • continuous good,
  • therefore general,
  • good, permanent,
  • irrepressible good,
  • apparently vigorous,
  • perfect and happy,
  • sweet, perfect,
  • hitherto perfect,
  • proud and vigorous,
  • boundless good,
  • positive ill,
  • undoubtedly superior,
  • good or fair,
  • unprecedented good,
  • fair moral,
  • perfect general,
  • intellectual, moral and religious,
  • frail and uncertain,
  • usual ill,
  • splendid and vigorous,
  • delicate and precarious,
  • apparently full,
  • hereditary good,
  • local mental,
  • fair physical,
  • good present,
  • merely decent,
  • away public,
  • good robust,
  • incredibly perfect,
  • better, good,
  • glorious physical,
  • terrible poor,
  • other instructive,
  • regular periodic,
  • good everyday,
  • perfect and unbroken,
  • once buoyant,
  • considerable ill,
  • simple public,
  • average general,
  • good emotional,
  • vigorous moral,
  • rather sturdy,
  • much weak,
  • true worth,
  • fresh and radiant,
  • weak physical,
  • always fragile,
  • standard mental,
  • free mental,
  • apparent ill,
  • somewhat frail,
  • splendid, splendid,
  • social and psychic,
  • full vigorous,
  • fine robust,
  • great ill,
  • once robust,
  • your good,
  • poor mental,
  • usual average,
  • complete public,
  • deplorably bad,
  • unknown mental,
  • everlasting good,
  • much boisterous,
  • usually perfect,
  • more redundant,
  • good, general,
  • perfect national,
  • old vigorous,
  • much magnificent,
  • organic and functional,
  • beautiful or more,
  • never complete,
  • well-known fashionable,
  • unusually vigorous,
  • pure wild,
  • already poor,
  • competent and faithful,
  • perfect nervous,
  • apparently excellent,
  • extremely ill,
  • somewhat bad,
  • charming good,
  • last eternal,
  • usual splendid,
  • just moral,
  • evil or good,
  • subsequent good,
  • good and natural,
  • old perfect,
  • old buoyant,
  • perpetual good,
  • quite tolerable,
  • especially public,
  • such rosy,
  • bare physical,
  • usually excellent,
  • rude coarse,
  • appallingly bad,
  • other suburban,
  • bright, strong,
  • native good,
  • splendid good,
  • terribly poor,
  • splendid mental,
  • little ill,
  • average public,
  • easy good,
  • gross animal,
  • normal animal,
  • near-normal,
  • real animal,
  • delicate physical,
  • full and vigorous,
  • ever-worsening,
  • high physical,
  • individual and racial,
  • excellent social,
  • rude natural,
  • serious bad,
  • vigorous physical,
  • extreme bad,
  • great climatic,
  • vigorous mental,
  • separate mental,
  • such better,
  • sheer good,
  • already weak,
  • full fresh,
  • hitherto unbroken,
  • finest public,
  • especially human,
  • own marvelous,
  • weak and delicate,
  • general muscular,
  • often poor,
  • young and sensitive,
  • still feeble,
  • physical, mental and spiritual,
  • equal good,
  • fair general,
  • little substantial,
  • former bad,
  • thy ill,
  • also constant,
  • red-blood,
  • courval,
  • good animal,
  • good or better,
  • fine and ruddy,
  • supposedly frail,
  • big-boned good,
  • older, good,
  • wintry good,
  • good, rude,
  • rural mental,
  • greatly ill,
  • particularly disordered,
  • ruinous good,
  • extremely weak and slow,
  • always constant and permanent,
  • trial, infirm,
  • decidedly infirm,
  • likewise ill,
  • former fragile,
  • perfect, buoyant,
  • invaluable particular,
  • delicate or variable,
  • robust and almost exceptional,
  • splendid unemotional,
  • best and most uninterrupted,
  • robust rude,
  • innumerable, perpetual,
  • solvent, ill,
  • perfect and even buoyant,
  • vigorous pianistic,
  • acute ill,
  • now delicate and precarious,
  • strange fragile,
  • best ill,
  • fine, general,
  • possible specialized,
  • comparatively robust,
  • industrial or public,
  • fragrant sunny,
  • moderately robust,
  • continuous ill,
  • disordered physical,
  • previous poor,
  • unbelievable good,
  • robust and dynamic,
  • unbroken mental,
  • always feeble,
  • present robust,
  • just ill,
  • general feeble,
  • medical and public,
  • bodily ill,
  • ago poor,
  • vigorous good,
  • potential public,
  • perfect and undisturbed,
  • almost exceptional,
  • possibly poor,
  • always constant,
  • possibly general,
  • usual normal,
  • continual bad,
  • unimpaired good,
  • apparently delicate,
  • personal and cultural,
  • perfect psychic,
  • curiously bad,
  • own shocking,
  • particularly genial,
  • relatively frail,
  • radiant good,
  • extraordinary bad,
  • now uncertain,
  • best and most desirable,
  • general, good,
  • fine, robust,
  • subtle and indefinable,
  • good and constant,
  • own unfailing,
  • present delicate,
  • constant bad,
  • young and splendid,
  • rude rustic,
  • old splendid,
  • utterly bad,
  • corporeal and mental,
  • perfect sexual,
  • permanent spiritual,
  • usual excellent,
  • generally applicable,
  • dim and dingy,
  • sudden good,
  • bad physical,
  • further spiritual,
  • chief immediate,
  • usual vigorous,
  • comparatively strong,
  • good nor bad,
  • modern municipal,
  • also physical,
  • quite poor,
  • fairly thorough,
  • absolute mental,
  • good and prosperous,
  • robust and vigorous,
  • former physical,
  • pure and impure,
  • away bad,
  • old mental,
  • extremely weak,
  • apparently indifferent,
  • such precarious,
  • less rugged,
  • long and prosperous,
  • hearty good,
  • still uncertain,
  • public and personal,
  • robust youthful,
  • ever-increasing ill,
  • federal mental,
  • now in mental,
  • last, immaculate,
  • good cardiovascular,
  • perfect, physical and mental,
  • disordered general,
  • general weak,
  • fine, jocular,
  • imperfect and tottering,
  • civic, aesthetic and public,
  • generous and native,
  • physical and perfect,
  • quick, abundant,
  • convenient bad,
  • exuberant perfect,
  • shaky mental,
  • in mental,
  • compulsory mental,
  • galactic public,
  • superb and dauntless,
  • burial and public,
  • naturally sturdy,
  • later ill,
  • aesthetic and public,
  • psychological and institutional,
  • increasingly uncertain,
  • perfect perpetual,
  • wretched ill,
  • former robust,
  • habitual ill,
  • crossborder,
  • rugged good,
  • current good,
  • otherwise robust,
  • persistent ill,
  • sometimes mental,
  • sufficiently robust,
  • already frail,
  • superlative good,
  • immediate ill,
  • relative good,
  • moderate good,
  • already uncertain,
  • fiery, red,
  • quick good,
  • comparative good,
  • perfect and uninterrupted,
  • evident bad,
  • present rude,
  • already delicate,
  • jovial good,
  • rural public,
  • mental, moral and spiritual,
  • gentle, genial,
  • jolly good,
  • usual poor,
  • larger mental,
  • actual bad,
  • basic moral,
  • more long-term,
  • abundant good,
  • always delicate,
  • remarkable general,
  • long good,
  • sufficient physical,
  • delicate moral,
  • local civilian,
  • rather frail,
  • less uncertain,
  • special public,
  • remarkable good,
  • superior physical,
  • complete spiritual,
  • own frail,
  • many continental,
  • successful public,
  • average good,
  • somewhat precarious,
  • splendid natural,
  • enough natural,
  • thy feeble,
  • less robust,
  • vigorous and florid,
  • muscular good,
  • thoughtless and tumultuous,
  • perfect and robust,
  • apparently unimpeded,
  • endurable good,
  • evident admirable,
  • program-mental,
  • better voluntary,
  • crippling vital,
  • kinda cheap,
  • swedish mental,
  • community-based mental,
  • academic and public,
  • seaside or other,
  • comprehensive, universal,
  • now delicate,
  • still precarious,
  • basic public,
  • usually robust,
  • apparently robust,
  • long-term psychological,
  • obvious ill,
  • false good,
  • subsequent ill,
  • serene good,
  • naturally delicate,
  • usual rude,
  • adequate national,
  • basic good,
  • eternal good,
  • usual buoyant,
  • normal good,
  • coarse material,
  • bad mental,
  • grave public,
  • old hearty,
  • eneral,
  • full strong,
  • extremely feeble,
  • such rugged,
  • general bad,
  • fine physical,
  • reasonable good,
  • own remarkable,
  • glossy, extravagant,
  • excellent and even offensive,
  • lush, clear,
  • influential, brilliant,
  • best and most robust,
  • moreover corrupt,
  • continual and perfect,
  • boisterous rosy,
  • long robust,
  • brisk and full,
  • perfect and continual,
  • consequent ill,
  • fragile mental,
  • naturally robust,
  • robust mental,
  • apparent perfect,
  • recent ill,
  • permanent ill,
  • still delicate,
  • boisterous good,
  • abundant physical,
  • evident good,
  • extremely solid,
  • already feeble,
  • good conservative,
  • seeming good,
  • mercifully brief,
  • perfect and entire,
  • stress-related,
  • generally poor,
  • major public,
  • best physical,
  • perfect moral,
  • many animal,
  • absolute physical,
  • entire and perfect,
  • normal, everyday,
  • former good,
  • rude male,
  • robust, physical,
  • disgusting good,
  • serious ill,
  • psychiatric mental,
  • military and public,
  • usual perfect,
  • permanent good,
  • habitual good,
  • usual fine,
  • perfect spiritual,
  • own genetic,
  • exceedingly delicate,
  • early ill,
  • potent and expensive,
  • vigorous general,
  • physical ill,
  • sturdy good,
  • routine planetary,
  • perfect animal,
  • poor nervous,
  • seemingly perfect,
  • quiet good,
  • better public,
  • better physical,
  • normal mental,
  • maybe excellent,
  • persistent good,
  • ruddy good,
  • universal physical,
  • poor physical,
  • somewhat feeble,
  • ordinary good,
  • such capital,
  • good moral,
  • perfect, robust,
  • continual good,
  • frail physical,
  • robust physical,
  • own robust,
  • obvious good,
  • other federal,
  • extremely poor,
  • such scandalous,
  • excellent general,
  • individual and social,
  • usual robust,
  • extreme ill,
  • exuberant good,
  • better general,
  • poor general,
  • personal and public,
  • present good,
  • own delicate,
  • physical and psychic,
  • tolerable good,
  • such feeble,
  • chronic ill,
  • such weak,
  • rude good,
  • general poor,
  • rather wretched,
  • old best,
  • practical public,
  • comprehensive national,
  • much bad,
  • theirs buxom,
  • chronic bad,
  • own precarious,
  • neat, perfect,
  • own ill,
  • long ill,
  • rather delicate,
  • physical and emotional,
  • continual ill,
  • somewhat delicate,
  • unusual good,
  • good mental,
  • splendid physical,
  • extremely delicate,
  • such robust,
  • disposal present,
  • constant ill,
  • constant good,
  • perfect mental,
  • broad general,
  • spiritual and physical,
  • uninterrupted good,
  • superb physical,
  • excellent physical,
  • much ill,
  • natural good,
  • physical and spiritual,
  • phoney,
  • such delicate,
  • robust good,
  • good general,
  • general ill,
  • apparently perfect,
  • many human,
  • such bad,
  • such excellent,
  • unimpaired,
  • such poor,
  • good physical,
  • moral and physical,
  • perfect good,
  • apparent good,
  • perfect physical,
  • usual good,
  • general good,
  • physical and moral,
  • mental and physical,
  • uninterrupted,
  • physical and mental,
  • such good,
  • infirm,
  • precarious,
  • tolerable,
  • vigorous,
  • feeble,
  • robust,
  • delicate,
  • mental,
  • bad,
  • excellent,
  • physical,
  • public,
  • ill,
  • perfect.
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