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- He had poor eyesight and chronic sinus trouble, which made war especially exciting for him, since he was in no danger of going overseas.Chapter 8 — Lieutenant Scheisskopf (18% in)
- I hate to say this, Yossarian, but you're turning into a chronic complainer.'Chapter 12 — Bologna (40% in)
- He was handsome and unattractive, a swashbuckling, beefy, conceited man who was putting on fat and was tormented chronically by prolonged seizures of apprehension.Chapter 19 — Colonel Cathcart (2% in)
- His chest ached and he coughed chronically.Chapter 32 — Yo-Yo's Roomies (64% in)
There are no more uses of "chronic" in Catch-22.
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