Definition of Algesis
1. sensation of pain [n ALGESES]
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Literary usage of Algesis
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1. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1911)
"It would be perfectly legitimate to use the suffix is to indicate the sense itself, in all cases (as is done in algesis, for example), as we are not bound ..."
2. A System of Psychology by Knight Dunlap (1912)
"... algesis.1 Desire and aversion are designated ad- jectively as conative or appetitive, and the experience of them as conation or ..."
3. Poisons: Their Effects and Detection by Alexander Wynter Blyth (1895)
"... and algesis of the whole skin. In these advanced cases the mental debility is very pronounced, and there is also weakness of the muscular system. ..."
4. Papiers sauvés des Tuileries suite à la correspondance de la famille impériale by Robert Halt, France Commission chargée de réunir, classer et publier les papiers saisis aux Tuileries (1872)
"... en algesis-). Fob no-os Ia trous-ons portal., on * $69, ROSs- one pension do- 6,oooo fr , 6,oo Wass-asu. (Comic). C's-at io,s Soul. ..."
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