Definition of Impotents
1. impotent [n] - See also: impotent
Lexicographical Neighbors of Impotents
Literary usage of Impotents
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Noetes Ambrosianæ by John Wilson, James Hogg, William Maginn, John Gibson Lockhart (1854)
"Something of the sort—but they have not power to u them—and the impotents are angrier in their wretchedness thc wasps. But in the midst of all this misery, ..."
2. Man's Strength and Woman's Beauty: A Treatise on the Physical Life of Both by Pye Henry Chavasse (1879)
"... Conditioni of Coition—Power of the Imagination—Treatment—Aid to the Physician—Marriage of Impotents—Female Modesty—Congenital Impotence. ..."
3. The Economic Writings of Sir William Petty: Together with the Observations by William Petty, John Graunt (1899)
"... but 2000 Impotents in Ireland, and that 50 Shillings per Ann. doth maintain the poorer sort of People; It follows, that 8000/.2 per Ann. would amply ..."
4. Medical gynecology by Samuel Wyllis Bandler (1914)
"He believes in the element of heredity, and when an irritating cause appears, a hysteria develops. Among the irritating causes are marriage with impotents, ..."
5. A Practical treatise on the causes, symptoms, and treatment of sexual by William Josephus Robinson (1913)
"The only class of patients to whom a qualified though emphatic assurance of cure may be given is the class known as psychic impotents. ..."