Definition of Epithems

1. Noun. (plural of epithem) ¹



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Definition of Epithems

1. epithem [n] - See also: epithem

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Epithems

epithelium lentis
epithelium of lens
epithelium of semicircular duct
epitheliums
epithelization
epithelizations
epithelize
epithelized
epithelizes
epithelizing
epitheloid
epithem
epitheme
epithemes
epithems (current term)
epithermal
epithermal chemistry
epitheses
epithesis
epithet
epitheted
epithetic
epithetical
epithets
epithiazide
epithite
epithites
epithumetic

Literary usage of Epithems

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1. The London Journal of Arts, Sciences, and Manufactures, and Repertory of by William Newton (1846)
"To ALFRED MARKWICK, of Langham-place, in the county of Middlesex, surgeon, for improvements in the manufacture of epithems, used for medical and surgical ..."

2. A Handbook of uterine therapeutics by Edward John Tilt (1864)
"When these tissues are applied over epithems, they retain their warmth and moisture which would otherwise soon pass away, as well as the action of the ..."

3. Practical therapeutics by Edward John Waring (1874)
"In Internal Inflammations, few measures are more generally applicable or more serviceable than hot turpentine epithems. In thoracic inflammations (Pneumonia ..."

4. Newton's London Journal of Arts and Sciences: Being Record of the Progress edited by William Newton, Charles Frederick Partington (1846)
"Perforated epithems are also useful in cases where the lotions or liquids employed ... The patentee claims, Firstly,—the mode of manufacturing epithems by ..."

5. A Manual of practical therapeutics, considered with reference to articles of by Edward John Waring (1886)
"In Internal Inflammations, few measures are more generally applicable or more serviceable than hot turpentine epithems. In thoracic inflammations (Pneumonia ..."

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