Definition of Aegrotats

1. Noun. (plural of aegrotat) ¹



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Definition of Aegrotats

1. aegrotat [n] - See also: aegrotat

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Aegrotats

aegilopses
aegipan
aegipanes
aegipans
aegir
aegirine
aegirines
aegirite
aegirites
aegises
aeglogue
aeglogues
aegophony
aegrotat
aegrotats (current term)
aegyptianellosis
aelotropic
aelurophil
aelurophile
aelurophiles
aelurophils
aelurophobe
aelurophobes
aelurophobia
aelurophobias
aemulation
aemule
aemuled
aemules

Literary usage of Aegrotats

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1. Scholae Academicae: Some Account of the Studies at the English Universities by Christopher Wordsworth (1877)
"... the volume would I think be a asing task to any one who is inter- ed in eighteenth century travels I voyages. 8 W. Gray, Pet. \ aegrotats in Ko. ..."

2. The Dark Ages: Essays Illustrating the State of Religion and Literature in by Samuel Roffey Maitland (1845)
"... but there was more licence as to good cheer in the infirmary than in any other part of the monastery; and, in fact, sham aegrotats were among the little ..."

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