disease (part of speech: noun)
illness, infirmity, affection, malady, feverishness, syndrome, debility, condition, apoplexy, disability, indisposition, decrepitude, disorder, fever, sickness, queasiness, disease, collapse, virus, unhealthiness, curse, ague, symptom, ailment, breakdown, attack, sickliness, handicap, pestilence, complication, complaint, infection, bug, nausea
pain (part of speech: noun)
grief, spasm, headache, burn, hurt, stitch, painfulness, suffering, wound, stab, irritation, earache, smarting, cramp, bite, crick, sting, migraine, pain, pang, rack, torment, back-ache, infliction, gripe, distress, sore, agony, ache, affliction, injury, anguish, wrench, throe, torture, misery, discomfort, inflammation, bruise, throb, chafing
- The Modified Small- pox- that is to say, small- pox that has been robbed of its virulence by the patient having been either already vaccinated, or by his having had a previous attack of small- pox- is ushered in with severe symptoms, with symptoms almost as severe as though the patient had not been already somewhat protected either by vaccination or by the previous attack of small- pox- that is to say, he has a shivering fit, great depression of spirits and debility, malaise, sickness, headache, and occasionally delirium. - "Advice to a Mother on the Management of her Children", Pye Henry Chavasse.
- There have always been, and always will be, people who experience a sort of malaise, an ill- defined discomfort, as though they sat in an east wind, while they read La Rochefoucauld. - "Three French Moralists and The Gallantry of France", Edmund Gosse.
- Whatever else he did, he must get rid of that malaise! - "The Patrician", John Galsworthy.