My ill uncle’s general state in medical report of was seeming bad.

My uncle’s general conditon in medical report was seeming bad.

In these sentences , are there any difference between two sentences in meaning because of two different words?


In the case you mentioned, either can be used because state means condition of someone/body.

However, be cautious! It is not always interchangeable.

How's your condition state of mind?
For a patient in hospital - How's his state condition?
He developed a very serious state condition called neuroendocrine tumors. He's in a very bad state.

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