Definition of invalidism in English:

invalidism

noun

See invalid

‘Throughout his period of invalidism, McEldowney became an erudite and self-taught reader and writer.’
  • ‘Such was the milieu in which nineteenth-century gymnastics and calisthenics systems offered women palliatives for infirmities that were equated with consumptive female invalidism.’
  • ‘This gave Carl a feeling of newly won security which sustained him through his father's irritable moods, his mother's depressive invalidism, and his alienation at school.’
  • ‘Social programs cover old age, invalidism, death, sickness and maternity, work injury, unemployment, and allowances per child.’
  • ‘It became where she was weakened to the point of almost invalidism.’

Pronunciation

invalidism

/-ˌizəm/