Definition of Secretories
1. secretory [n] - See also: secretory
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Literary usage of Secretories
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Bronchitis and kindred diseases by William Whitty Hall (1854)
"... lock up the glands of the system, disorder the secretories, and therefore must prepare the way for a more certain decline and death. ..."
2. Original Letters, Illustrative of English History: Including Numerous Royal by Henry Ellis (1827)
"This Deane and the sayd Hyde dyd geve the evidens, and for that cause Mr. secretories pleasure was that they shuld be spared ; Mrs. Alford was spared ..."
3. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1835)
"... and often infiltration into the connecting cellular tissue; a state most frequently arising from a disproportionate action between the secretories and ..."
4. First Lines of the Practice of Physic by William Cullen (1808)
"These seldom fail to produce a state of the human body, in which the bile is disposed to pass off, by its secretories, in greater quantity than usual; ..."
5. Elements of Physics, Or, Natural Philosophy, General and Medical: Explained by Neil Arnott (1831)
"... and the lubricating synovia poured into the cavity by appropriate secretories, and the strong ligaments giving strength all around, we feel how far the ..."