Definition of Etherizers

1. etherizer [n] - See also: etherizer



Lexicographical Neighbors of Etherizers

etherions
etherise
etherised
etherises
etherish
etherising
etherism
etherisms
etherist
etherists
etherization
etherizations
etherize
etherized
etherizer
etherizers (current term)
etherizes
etherizing
etherlike
ethernet
ethernet cable
etherol
etheromania
etheromaniac
etheromaniacs
ethers
ethiazide
ethic
ethic dative
ethic datives

Literary usage of Etherizers

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

1. The Medical and Surgical Reporter (1895)
"... perfect operation, we desire to sound a note of warning to etherizers, who often attend to their responsible duty in a somewhat perfunctory manner. ..."

2. History of American Red Cross Nursing by Lavinia L. Dock (1922)
"At first the hospital had only one operator, one assistant, two etherizers, one set of instruments, one stove ("very French," a nurse described it) and no ..."

3. A Century of American Medicine, 1776-1876 by Edward Hammond Clarke, John Shaw Billings (1876)
"... then only was the accumulated evidence 1 Such patients are familiarly known to our hospital attendants s "bail etherizers." Some of them are inebriates. ..."

4. A Century of American Medicine, 1776-1876 by Edward Hammond Clarke, Henry Jacob Bigelow, Samuel David Gross, John Shaw Billings (1876)
"... then only was the accumulated evidence 1 Such patients are familiarly known to our hospital attendants as "bad etherizers." Home of them are inebriates. ..."

5. Surgical Anaesthesia: Addresses and Other Papers by Henry Jacob Bigelow (1900)
"Dr. Jackson could not say all this, because he knew noth- 1 Such patients are familiarly known to our hospital attendants as " bad etherizers. ..."

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