Definition of Intermissions

1. Noun. (plural of intermission) ¹



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Definition of Intermissions

1. intermission [n] - See also: intermission

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Intermissions

intermine
intermined
intermines
intermingle
intermingled
intermingledness
intermingles
intermingling
interminglings
interminiband
intermining
interministerial
intermise
intermission
intermissionless
intermissions (current term)
intermissive
intermit
intermitotic
intermits
intermitted
intermittence
intermittences
intermittencies
intermittency
intermittent
intermittent acute porphyria
intermittent albuminuria
intermittent arthralgia
intermittent claudication

Literary usage of Intermissions

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1. Elements of Mental Philosophy: Abridged and Designed as a Text-book for by Thomas Cogswell Upham (1854)
"Of intermissions of hypochondriasis, and of its remedies. The mental disease of hypochondriasis is always understood to imply the existence of a feeling of ..."

2. The Medical Jurisprudence of Insanity by John Hutton Balfour Browne (1875)
"intermissions and Remissions.—[*00> With regard to lucid intervals, ... Perhaps the truth is that intermissions are not to bo distinguished in any way from ..."

3. The Medical Jurisprudence of Insanity: With References to the Scotch and by John Hutton Balfour Browne (1880)
"intermissions and Remissions.—t*"ei With regard to lucid intervals, ... Perhaps the truth is that intermissions are not to be distinguished in any way from ..."

4. Mental Philosophy: Embracing the Three Departments of the Intellect by Thomas Cogswell Upham (1869)
"Of intermissions of hypochondriasis, and of its remedies. The mental disease of hypochondriasis is always understood to imply the existence of a feeling of ..."

5. Workmen's Compensation Law "personal Injury by Accident Arising Out of and ...by Philemon Tecumseh Sherman by Philemon Tecumseh Sherman (1916)
"... work.5 intermissions DURING WORK.1 Under the BRITISH law the workman remains protected during intervals of leisure occurring in the course of his work, ..."

6. School Economy: A Treatise on the Preparation, Organization, Employments by James Pyle Wickersham (1864)
"The Time and Length of intermissions.—No intermissions are needed in ... In other schools the number of intermissions will depend upon the age of the pupils ..."

7. A Manual of the practice of medicine by Arthur Albert Stevens (1897)
"Such remissions or intermissions occur in the following levers:— ... Relapsing fever : intermissions occur at intervals of five or six Yellow fever: a ..."

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