Definition of Megrims

1. Noun. A state of depression. "He had a bad case of the blues"

Exact synonyms: Blue Devils, Blues, Vapors, Vapours
Generic synonyms: Depression



Definition of Megrims

1. Noun. (plural of megrim) ¹

2. Noun. Any of various diseases of animals, especially horses. ''(More at megrim.)'' ¹

3. Noun. (usually with "the") Depression, low spirits, unhappiness. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Megrims

1. megrim [n] - See also: megrim

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Megrims

meglumine
meglumine acetrizoate
meglumine diatrizoate
meglumine iothalamate
meglutol
mego
megodontia
megohm
megohmmeter
megohmmeters
megohms
megoxycyte
megoxyphil
megrim
megrims (current term)
megs
megstie
meh
mehari
meharis
mehmandar
mehmandars
mehndi
mehndis
mei
meibomian
meibomian conjunctivitis
meibomian cyst
meibomian glands

Literary usage of Megrims

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1. The Illustrated Horse Doctor: Being an Accurate and Detailed Account of the by Edward Mayhew (1880)
"megrims. So little sympathy exists between man and horse, so little are the ... megrims, evidently, is a form of epilepsy; yet, to speak of an epileptic ..."

2. Headaches: Their Causes and Their Cure by Henry Goode Wright (1867)
"In both megrims and Brow-ague, the pain is of an intermittent character, ... The pain in megrims usually commences at the inner angle of the eye, ..."

3. Horses and Stables by Frederick Wellington John Fitzwygram (1886)
"megrims OR VERTIGO. 561. Nature of tlic disease. 562. Symptoms. 563. ... Vertigo, more commonly called megrims, is an affection of the brain, but the nature ..."

4. The Art of Taming and Educating the Horse: With Details of Management in the by Dennis Magner (1886)
""In case of megrims, or fits, it is merely a lesser attack, or pressure of the ... The form of nervous complication known as megrims is not uncommon. ..."

5. Youatt on the Structure and the Diseases of the Horse with Their Remedies by William Youatt, William Charles Spooner, Henry Stephens Randall (1857)
"megrims. This is another kind of pressure on the brain, resulting from an unusual determination or flow of blood to it. From various causes, of which the ..."

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