Definition of Hoarsenesses
1. hoarseness [n] - See also: hoarseness
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Literary usage of Hoarsenesses
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1808)
"... ways -produce this effect ; but that dramatic colds, - Vauxhall rheumatisms, and hall-room hoarsenesses, ‘are never attended by similar ..."
2. The Natural History of Selborne by Gilbert White (1898)
"Dr. Chandler tells that in the south of France an infusion of the blossoms of the lime-tree, tilia, is in much esteem as a remedy for coughs, hoarsenesses, ..."
3. The Metropolitan (1841)
"Spare yourself all the theatrical ruses of colds and fevers, catarrhs and hoarsenesses, for I swear by Old Nick himself, that if no Desdemona is forthcoming ..."
4. Chronicles of Bow Street Police-office: With an Account of the Magistrates by Percy Hetherington Fitzgerald (1888)
"We conceive that sore throats, coughs, and colds, and hoarsenesses were very scarce in those exceeding good old times; those airings from windows must have ..."