sufferer en Vietnamita
Shut up, I tell you, interrupted El Interprete, aiming a kick at the sufferer, who managed to escape the blow. "Go tell your troubles to your bitch of a mother…. Damn it all! It's impossible to sleep here."
Some howling you're doing, came to the sufferer from a boy who was stretched out on the ground with his legs cramped close to his chest and his head pillowed against a rock.
The sufferer made no reply. Then Manuel ran to notify the priest again. Grumblingly he left the dining-room, looked at the sick woman and said to the boy:
"True," said the Duke of Ormond, "by diminishing the number of sufferers.
An intent to heal, either on the part of the sufferer or the helper, may obscure insight into what is actually going on.
He popped in on him just when the sufferer was in a most stubborn mood.
I am here obliged to vindicate the reputation of an excellent lady, who was an innocent sufferer upon my account.
Mother Rothgard wrings out a cloth and turns the sufferer over to press the damp cloth to her forehead.
Relief has been sent to the flood sufferers.
The enjoyment of the sufferer finds expression in those moans; if he did not feel enjoyment in them he would not moan.
a person suffering from an illness: haemophiliac, rheumatic, epileptic, tubercular, lazar, spewer, shut-in, dyspeptic, depressive, narcoleptic, incurable, anorexic, neurasthenic, consumptive, mental case, hemophiliac, sleepless person, invalid, neurotic, manic-depressive, convalescent, unfortunate, psychotic, madman, patient, lunatic, anorectic, bulimic, lunger, psychotic person, psycho, sick person, psychoneurotic, valetudinarian, leper, insomniac, maniac, hemophile, diabetic, unfortunate person, bleeder, diseased person, vomiter, monomaniac, haemophile, syphilitic
one who suffers for the sake of principle: martyr, victim, shaheed