Definition of Disfunctions
1. disfunction [n] - See also: disfunction
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Disfunctions
Literary usage of Disfunctions
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. An Essay Concerning Human Understanding by John Locke (1805)
"But had every distinct abstract idea a distinct known name, there would be little need of these multiplied scholastic disfunctions, though there would be ..."
2. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1919)
"... the so-called organic epilepsies and those suffering from definite physical lesions or disfunctions of the viscera which secondarily induce the disease, ..."
3. The theory of the state by Johann Caspar Bluntschli (1892)
"The third class corresponds to our judicial power. Different Although the different functions are objectively disfunctions r. i • ii /- »rten exer- ..."
4. An Introduction to the Study of Society by Albion Woodbury Small, George Edgar Vincent (1894)
"The physiological ness disfunctions of digestion, respiration, circulation of the blood, and the like, are normally performed in this way. ..."
5. Pulmonary tuberculosis by Maurice Fishberg (1922)
"Recent studies of endocrine disfunctions have shown that changes in the structure and functions of the internal secretory glands are very frequently ..."
6. Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal (1812)
"... where the cause of death is the cessation of disfunctions of the brain or lungs. The convulsions, which occur when the circulation has nearly ceased, ..."
7. The Edinburgh Annual Register by Sir Walter Scott, Walter Scott (1820)
"On the unfortunate 20th of March, 315, he retreated with the royal famil , and again returned with them to Pa is, to resume disfunctions, as first gen eman ..."