catarrh catarrh


  • (n) inflammation of the nose and throat with increased production of mucus


  1. Whether they called their complaint a cold or catarrh, die Grippe or flu, the answer was the same: for none of these illnesses caused by viruses does medicine have a cure.
  2. As the Frenchman worries about his liver and the Englishman complains about his catarrh, the American is concerned with his mental health.
  3. Besides his chronic catarrh, he was having trouble with his hearing, and his sense of smell wasn't as sharp as it should be.


  • "I have a severe dose of catarrh which has made it difficult for me to breath. It is caused by strenuous campaign across the country; sickness is a different kettle of fish but, In sha Allah (God willing), I shall return to Nigeria on Sunday to...
    on Mar 8, 2007 By: Yar Adua Source:

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