Definition of Concussing

1. Verb. (present participle of concuss) ¹



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Definition of Concussing

1. concuss [v] - See also: concuss

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Concussing

concurrent review
concurrent validity
concurrently
concurrentness
concurrents
concurring
concurring(a)
concurring opinion
concurringly
concurs
concuss
concussation
concussations
concussed
concusses
concussing (current term)
concussion
concussion cataract
concussion myelitis
concussions
concussive
concussively
concussor
concyclic
cond
condemn
condemnable
condemnation
condemnations
condemnatorily

Literary usage of Concussing

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1. Spondylotherapy: Physio and Pharmaco-therapy and Diagnostic Methods Based on by Albert Abrams (1918)
"The splenic reflex of contraction is elicited by concussing in succession the spines of the first three lumbar vertebrae, whereas the splenic reflex of ..."

2. Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal (1843)
"In certain cases the impulse is conveyed to the lower jaw, shaking and concussing the whole scull above that bone, and in some the individual striking the ..."

3. Scottish Law Journal and Sheriff Court Record by Scotland Sheriff Courts (1860)
"4th, There is that forcible abduction which consists in the forcibly carrying away a female, with the intention either of concussing her into a marriage, ..."

4. Scottish Law Magazine, and Sheriff Court Reporter by Scotland Sheriff Courts (1860)
"4th, There is that forcible abduction which consista in the forcibly carrying away a female, with the intention either of concussing her into a marriage, ..."

5. The Gentleman's Magazine (1860)
"They now paid him back by concussing him to take a part in the Presbyterian one. After all, it was better that the many should concuss the one, ..."

6. Reports of Cases Decided in the Court of Session, Teind Court, Court of by Robert Stuart, Scotland Court of Session, Scotland, James S. Milne, Court of Session, William Peddie (1852)
"of the defender, "the pursuer lost the opportunity of concussing Jan. 23. 1852. Wilson to disclose his concealed means ;" and the summons con- _ s—v*'^ ..."

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