Definition of Pollutions

1. Noun. (plural of pollution) ¹



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Definition of Pollutions

1. pollution [n] - See also: pollution

Lexicographical Neighbors of Pollutions

pollutants
polluted
pollutedly
pollutedness
polluter
polluters
pollutes
pollutician
polluticians
polluting
pollutingly
pollutionist
pollutionless
pollutions
pollutive
pollux
polly
polly fish
pollyannaish
pollyfish
pollyspeak
pollywig
pollywigs
pollywog
pollywogs
polnoglasie
polo
polo-neck

Literary usage of Pollutions

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Practical Treatise on Disorders of the Sexual Function in the Male and Female by Max Hühner (1916)
"Normal pollutions. Pathology. Physiology of coitu Local pathology. ... Pollutions in the female. Definition.—Under this heading I include any ..."

2. The Fisheries Exhibition Literature (1883)
"Pollutions — Extent of Salmon Rivers destroyed by them — Different Sources of Pollution—Means of remedying the Evil— Serious effects of Pollution on Health ..."

3. Diseases of the Urinary and Male Sexual Organs by William T. Belfield (1884)
"Although the nocturnal pollutions continued with undue frequency, ... By further treatment the pollutions were somewhat reduced iu frequency, ..."

4. A Practical treatise on the causes, symptoms, and treatment of spermatorrhœa by François Lallemand, Henry John McDougall (1866)
"It is evident that the diurnal pollutions in this case arose only from the immoderate ... The nocturnal pollutions diminished by degrees, because they were ..."

5. The Law Relating to the Salmon Fisheries of England and Wales, as Amended by by John William Willis Bund (1873)
"Pollutions. The Salmon Fishery Act, 1861, specifies pollution among the ... Pollutions are perhaps the most deadly enemy that the fisheries of this country ..."

6. A Text-book of Practical Medicine: With Particular Reference to Physiology by Felix von Niemeyer (1883)
"Tho persons who consult physicians on account of pollutions arc chiefly young men from seventeen to twenty-five years of age. ..."

7. A Text-book of practical medicine, with particular reference to physiology by Felix von Niemeyer (1883)
"The persons who consult physicians^ on account of pollutions arc chiefly young men from seventeen to twenty-five years of age. ..."

8. Sexual debility in man by Frederic Russell Sturgis (1900)
"In taking up the question of seminal pollutions, I shall divide them into two classes, viz., those which are nocturnal (night emissions, wet dreams), ..."

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