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Definition of Moribundity
1. [n -TIES]
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Literary usage of Moribundity
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1. Nineteenth Century Letters by Byron Johnson Rees (1919)
"Mrs. Sydney and I are both in fair health, — such health as is conceded to moribundity and caducity. Homer applied to me, and I sent him a long letter upon ..."
2. Nineteenth Century Letters by Byron Johnson Rees (1919)
"Mrs. Sydney and I are both in fair health,—such health as is conceded to moribundity and caducity. Homer applied to me, and I sent him a long letter upon ..."
3. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1904)
"... moribundity as the years die in succession. WJ HOLLAND. CARNEGIE INSTITUTE, PITTSBURGH, PA., February 25, 1904. ..."
4. Dramatic Opinions and Essays: With an Apology by Bernard Shaw (1907)
"... limited prospect of three weeks or so of lingering moribundity which is held up to me as my probable future, with the intensity of a drowning man. ..."
5. Personal Reminiscences of Henry Irving by Bram Stoker (1907)
"AMERICAN REPORTERS 196 High testimony—Irving's care in speaking—"Not for publication "—A diatribe—moribundity. ..."
6. Documents of Dissent: Chinese Political Thought Since Mao by James Chester Cheng (1980)
"Since the US reactionary forces have already run up against a wall and show signs of moribundity, the current strength of the enemy and the weakness of our ..."
7. Out and about London by Thomas Burke (1919)
"... beyond the muddy waters of London River; and these supply one touch of animation to the prevailing moribundity. Very different are the Millwall Docks. ..."