Definition of Splenetics
1. splenetic [n] - See also: splenetic
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Splenetics
Literary usage of Splenetics
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1829)
"Mr. Godfrey Higgins having besmeared his valuable work by uncalled for splenetics against priests, " us every whi-rc reeking wilh gore," Mr. Bowles has (in ..."
2. The Autobiography of Edward, Lord Herbert of Cherbury by Edward Herbert Herbert of Cherbury (1886)
"They that are also subject to the spleen from their ancestors, ought to use those herbs that are splenetics: and those that are troubled with the falling ..."
3. Antigonos Gonatas by William Woodthorpe Tarn (1913)
"There was a story that Pyrrhos' great toe, the touch of which would cure splenetics, refused to burn, like Shelley's heart, and was sent to Dodona in a gold ..."
4. Religion in America: Or an Account of the Origin, Relation to the State, and by Robert Baird (1844)
"He belonged to the class of the splenetics, as did Graser also; for he never told any one what he thought; no one knew whence he was, and they were equally ..."