Definition of "hypochondriacal" [hy•po•chon•dri•a•cal]
Coming from the hypochondria; pertaining to or caused by depressive spirits.(adjective)
Suffering from hypochondria.(adjective)
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Use "hypochondriacal" in a sentence
"Lord Byron himself, when informed that such a one complained of being called hypochondriacal, replied somewhat to the following effect: "I can not conceive how a man in perfect good health can feel wounded by being told that he is hypochondriacal, since his face and his conduct refute the accusation."
"Place your vote below, keeping in mind we want a creative, outspoken little feminist who lacks her mom's hypochondriacal tendencies, can spell well and knows how to dunk a basketball, should the occasion arise."
"He also had a very demanding, hypochondriacal mother with whom he grew quite close after the early death of his father."