Definition of Stounding

1. stound [v] - See also: stound



Lexicographical Neighbors of Stounding

stotters
stottie
stottie cake
stottie cakes
stotties
stottin
stotting
stottite
stotts
stotty
stotty cake
stotty cakes
stoun
stound
stounded
stounding
stoundmeal
stounds
stouning
stouns
stoup
stoupe
stoups
stour
stoure
stoures
stourie
stourier
stouriest
stours

Literary usage of Stounding

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

1. The British Journal of Homoeopathy edited by John James Drysdale, Robert Ellis Dudgeon, Richard Hughes, John Rutherfurd Russell (1854)
"... easier by bending forward; dull, stitchy, deep-seated pain in right side of face for a few minutes; occasional dull shooting (stounding ..."

2. A New Form of Nervous Disease: Together with an Essay on Erythroxylon Coca by William S. Searle (1881)
"... chest, ankles, and thighs for which he felt obliged to coin a word—"stounding. ... to regard the " stounding" and shock as very similar sensations. ..."

3. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"Still, in the hands of cold scientific Protestant investigators, his character and work have of late undergone an »stounding rehabilitation, one that calls ..."

4. First Lines of the Practice of Physic by William Cullen (1808)
"... exactly circumscribed; the whole being attended with a pain of distention, often of a stounding or throbbing kind, and frequently ending in suppuration. ..."

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