Definition of Anthraxes
1. anthrax [n] - See also: anthrax
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Anthraxes
Literary usage of Anthraxes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The New-England Journal of Medicine and Surgery: And Collateral Branches of edited by Walter Channing, John Ware (1819)
"Large, well-raised, and red anthraxes, are also treated with ... If the anthraxes are flat, extended, and of a bluish-brown colour, ..."
2. The Dublin Journal of Medical Science (1890)
"Large anthraxes often greatly delayed convalescence; and in numerous cases herpes on lips extended into the mouth, giving rise to aphthous ulcers on inside ..."
3. The Story of the Incumbered Estates Court: From "All the Year Round." by Percy Hetherington Fitzgerald (1862)
"With this complication of anthraxes spread over the fair skin of the country, there was no choice but to submit to the operation. ..."
4. The Asclepiad by Sir Benjamin Ward Richardson (1886)
"... practised what was called inferior surgery,—the treatment and dressing of boils, anthraxes, and bruises. To obtain the diploma of master barber-surgeon, ..."