Definition of Catarrhs

1. Noun. (plural of catarrh) ¹



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Definition of Catarrhs

1. catarrh [n] - See also: catarrh

Lexicographical Neighbors of Catarrhs

catarafts
catarrh
catarrhal
catarrhal asthma
catarrhal fever
catarrhal gastritis
catarrhal inflammation
catarrhal jaundice
catarrhal ophthalmia
catarrhally
catarrhine
catarrhines
catarrhinian
catarrhous
catarrhs (current term)
catarrhy
catasta
catastalsis
catastaltic
catastas
catastases
catastasis
catastate
catastates
catasterism
catasterisms
catastrophal
catastrophe
catastrophe theory

Literary usage of Catarrhs

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

1. Diet for the Sick: A Treatise on the Values of Foods, Their Application to by Mary Newton (Foote) Henderson (1885)
"Fresh A'r and Diet for Colds and catarrhs. Extracts from " The Remedies of Nature," ... In all the civilized countries of the colder latitudes catarrhs are ..."

2. Saint Louis Medical and Surgical Journal (1900)
"Intestinal catarrhs of Children.—Dr. Carl Tittel of Vienna (Ga. Journal of Medicine and Surgery, April, 1899) calls attention to the fact that the majority ..."

3. On the wasting diseases of infants and children by Eustace Smith (1884)
"The digestive organs, owing to the frequent catarrhs above-mentioned, are not very robust; but between the attacks the child's appetite may be good, ..."

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