Definition of Impotencies
1. impotency [n] - See also: impotency
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Impotencies
Literary usage of Impotencies
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Conjugial Love and Its Chaste Delights: Also, Adulterous Love and Its Sinful by Emanuel Swedenborg (1871)
"They are also void of all love of the sex, and are real impotencies, and are called infernal genii. ON THE CORRESPONDENCE OF ADULTERIES WITH THE VIOLATION ..."
2. Journal of the Transactions of the Victoria Institute, Or Philosophical by Victoria Institute (Great Britain) (1876)
"These Potencies, for the main part, are real impotencies ... A main part of the Potential Energies are real impotencies, because the co-existence of the ..."
3. Impotence and Sterility: With Aberrations of the Sexual Function and Sex by George Frank Lydston (1917)
"The surgeon not infrequently is called upon for relief for just such impotencies as Montaigne so clearly describes. That the remedy is better psychic ..."
4. The Surgical diseases of the genito-urinary tract, venereal and sexual by George Frank Lydston (1900)
"The surgeon is not infrequently called upon for relief for just such impotencies as Montaigne so clearly describes. That the remedy is better psychic ..."
5. The Lancet (1898)
"Typewriter^ cramp belongs to what Dr. Poore calls the professional impotencies, and its occurrence after the nimble, oft-repeated movements of the ..."