Definition of Lienteries

1. Noun. (plural of lientery) ¹



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Definition of Lienteries

1. lientery [n] - See also: lientery

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lienteries

lienholder
lienholders
lieno-intestinal
lienomedullary
lienomyelogenous
lienopancreatic
lienophrenic ligament
lienor
lienorenal
lienorenal ligament
lienors
liens
lienteric
lienteric diarrhoea
lienterics
lienteries (current term)
lientery
lienunculus
lier
lierne
lierne rib
lierne ribs
liernes
liers
lies
liest
lieth
lieu
lieu jaune
lieus

Literary usage of Lienteries

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1. The Genuine Works of Hippocrates by Hippocrates (1849)
"... they are protracted; and there is danger of any sore that there is becoming phagedenic from any cause; and lienteries and dropsies supervene at the ..."

2. A History of Epidemics in Britain by Charles Creighton (1891)
"... lienteries, or dysenteries have not been dealt with in a chapter by themselves because the records of them are too few and meagre, so far as we have ..."

3. The Christian Sacrament and Sacrifice: By Way of Discourse, Meditation, and by Daniel Brevint (1847)
"And therefore some here put in a caveat against lienteries,* and such like indispositions: that no man, being troubled with such weaknesses, presume to eat ..."

4. Scurvy, Past and Present by Alfred Fabian Hess (1920)
"They are often loose and subject to falling into violent fluxes of the belly, diarrhoea and lienteries.'' Infants as well as adults usually recover rapidly ..."

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