Definition of Sneezings

1. Noun. (plural of sneezing) ¹



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Definition of Sneezings

1. sneezing [n] - See also: sneezing

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sneezings

sneezers
sneezes
sneezeweed
sneezeweed yarrow
sneezeweeds
sneezewood
sneezewoods
sneezewort
sneezeworts
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sneeziest
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sneezing gas
sneezingly
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snell
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sneller
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snelling
snells
snelly
snerked
snerking
snerks
snet
snets

Literary usage of Sneezings

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1. A Primer of Materia Medica for Practitioners of Homoeopathy by Timothy Field Allen (1891)
"Nose: Coryza, with profuse discharge, thin, whitish, foul, frequent sneezings. Urinary Organs: Frequent micturition, with fiue stitches in the orifice of ..."

2. Medico-Chirurgical Transactions by Royal Medical and Chirurgical Society of London (1819)
"To the sneezings are added a farther sensation of tightness of the chest, and a difficulty of breathing, with a general irritation of the fauces and trachea ..."

3. The Pathology of Emotions: Physiological and Clinical Studies by Charles Féré (1899)
"A. had experienced gradually on awaking violent sneezings, followed by an abundant ... At the end of a few days the sneezings disappeared, but the nasal ..."

4. The Pathology of Emotions: Physiological and Clinical Studies by Charles Féré (1899)
"A. had experienced gradually on awaking violent sneezings, followed by an abundant ... At the end of a few days the sneezings disappeared, but the nasal ..."

5. Practical Treatise on the Diseases of Children and Infants at the Breast by Eugène Bouchut (1855)
"... are slightly more advanced than those of the body; no fever; very frequent sneezings for the hist two days. Purgative enema ; mercurial unctions. 26th. ..."

6. The Magic of the Horseshoe by Robert Means Lawrence (1898)
"The learned English prelate, Alcuin (735-804), expressed the opinion that sneezings were devoid of value as auguries except to those who placed reliance in ..."

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