Definition of Cuspidors

1. Noun. (plural of cuspidor) ¹



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Definition of Cuspidors

1. cuspidor [n] - See also: cuspidor

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cuspidors

cuspated
cusped
cusped geometry
cusper
cuspers
cuspid
cuspid tooth
cuspidal
cuspidate
cuspidated
cuspidation
cuspidations
cuspides
cuspidine
cuspidor
cuspidors (current term)
cuspids
cuspier
cuspiest
cuspiness
cusping
cuspis
cuspis anterior valvae atrioventricularis dextrae/sinistrae
cuspis coronae
cuspis dentis
cuspis posterior valvae atrioventricularis dextrae/sinistrae
cuspis septalis valvae atrioventricularis dextrae
cuspless
cuspless tooth
cusplike

Literary usage of Cuspidors

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1. The Modern Factory: Safety, Sanitation and Welfare by George Moses Price (1914)
"I have seen some cuspidors in France made in the form of a porcelain or enamel iron ... The cuspidors should be so designed as to permit easy cleaning and ..."

2. Tuberculosis: Its Cause, Cure and Prevention by Edward Osgood Otis (1918)
"Spitting and cuspidors Of course everyone should avoid indiscriminate spitting himself and shun all places where it is permitted, and, further, ..."

3. Medical Record by George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman (1899)
"One-half of the private patients used cuspidors and occasionally their handkerchiefs. The rest vised either cuspidors only or cloths. ..."

4. Industrial and Personal Hygiene by George Martin Kober (1908)
"After thorough cleansing, the cuspidors are subjected to the action of ... The cuspidors are collected in the workrooms by a mechanical device or holder so ..."

5. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1899)
"Ten of these were private patients, half of whom used cuspidors and occasionally handkerchiefs, and the other half either cuspidors or cloths; ..."

6. Public Health and Hygiene: In Contributions by Eminent Authorities by William Hallock Park (1920)
"A large variety of cuspidors are available. The essential points to be kept in mind in selecting them are the following: Whatever the material of which they ..."

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