Noun(1) a common venereal disease caused by the treponema pallidum spirochete; symptoms change through progressive stages; can be congenital (transmitted through the placenta(2) a contagious disease characterized by purulent skin eruptions that may leave pock marks
(1) Other diseases that affect the overall health of finches, including pox and Mycoplasma galliceptum, cause males to grow a less red plumage.(2) These range from Gypsy moths to invasive plants and exotic diseases like West Nile virus and Monkey pox .(3) This pox, called the great pox , was in fact syphilis, a widespread health hazard at the time.(4) And I do mean pox with full medieval connotations.(5) Avian pox was undoubtedly introduced into Hawaii during the 1800s with the importation of domestic avian stock.(6) The other diseases are things like sheep and goat pox , blue tongue, African swine fever, and one could go on a bit further than that, but I think that's probably enough.(7) We next pointed out that the lack of specimens from 1950s provided a fortuitous link with the first published report of pox in California, in which Power and Human documented a severe outbreak at Santa Barbara in 1972.(8) At those words a doctor arrived, clad in the long leather coat and bird-mask of the Plague Years, reeking of pox and fire though London had known neither in more than a lifetime.(9) Today we've got pox on the brain; it's syphilis, and the arguments that rage around not only the disease but also the people who may have had it.(10) That vaccine also protected them from other viruses that are still pretty much limited to other animals, particularly monkey pox .(11) The invention was presented as a means of avoiding piles, pox and plague.(12) The diagnosis was that of ├ö├ç├┐bird pox ,├ö├ç├û an introduced disease that the Bureau had demonstrated during the previous summer in domestic chickens from Honolulu.(13) Boswell's father wrote frankly to a female friend that his son had got the pox again; in reply, she noted that the disease had grown quite common.(14) Within four years after the white pox was found, the population of elkhorn coral in Eastern Dry Rocks Reef had decreased by 82 percent.(15) Small-pox may be mistaken for the very little pox or the very big pox (chicken-pox or syphilis).(16) Venereal disease, especially syphilis or the pox , also featured prominently in abusive language.
1. syphilis ::
2. lues ::
3. syph ::
Different Formspox, poxes
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