Definition of Apoplexies

1. Noun. (plural of apoplexy) ¹



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Definition of Apoplexies

1. apoplexy [n] - See also: apoplexy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Apoplexies

apophytes
apoplasmia
apoplast
apoplastic
apoplasts
apoplectic
apoplectic cyst
apoplectic retinitis
apoplectical
apoplectically
apoplectiform
apoplectoid
apoplex
apoplexed
apoplexes
apoplexies (current term)
apoplexy
apopotosis
apoprotein
apoprotein B100
apoprotein CII
apoproteins
apoptogenic
apoptoses
apoptosis
apoptosome
apoptosomes
apoptotic
aporepressor
aporesis

Literary usage of Apoplexies

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1. The Spirit of the Public Journals: Being an Impartial Selection of the Most by Stephen Jones, Charles Molloy Westmacott (1802)
"24- INQUIRY INTO THE CAUSES OF IMPERIAL apoplexies. [From the Times. ... of apoplexies. Citizen Monge, the celebrated ..."

2. Clinical lectures on mental diseases by Sir Thomas Smith Clouston, Charles Follen Folsom (1884)
"Paralytic Insanity, or Organic Dementia, is that form of mental disturbance which accompanies and results from such gross brain lesions a~ apoplexies, ..."

3. Boerhaave's Aphorisms: Concerning the Knowledge and Cure of Diseases by Herman Boerhaave, J. Delacoste (1715)
"The quick Event of apoplexies, their depending often from and joyning with Inflammations, their producing many Evils, requires that we ..."

4. Medical examinations for life-insurance by Jonathan Adams Allen (1866)
"... to urinary diseases ; to fatty degenerations ; to cardiac and other obstructions from undue deposits ; to dropsies, apoplexies, paralyses, and the like. ..."

5. Text-book of nervous diseases: Being a Compendium for the Use of Students by Charles Loomis Dana (1894)
"THE apoplexies. Apoplexy is a condition characterized by a sudden paralysis and shock, usually with loss of consciousness, and due to the breaking or ..."

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