Definition of Heatspots

1. heatspot [n] - See also: heatspot



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Heatspots

heatlessness
heatmap
heatproof
heatproofed
heatproofing
heatproofs
heats
heats up
heatseeker
heatseekers
heatshield
heatshields
heatsink
heatsinks
heatspot
heatspots (current term)
heatstroke
heatstrokes
heatwave
heatwaves
heauen
heauenly
heauens
heaume
heaumes
heav'n
heav'nly
heave
heave-ho
heave-to

Literary usage of Heatspots

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1. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease by Philadelphia Neurological Society, American Neurological Association, Chicago Neurological Society, New York Neurological Association (1885)
"Blix also discovered heatspots in the skin and mapped them out. Mr. Donaldson used an instrument called the ..."

2. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease by American Neurological Association, Philadelphia Neurological Society, Chicago Neurological Society, New York Neurological Association, Boston Society of Psychiatry and Neurology (1885)
"Blix also discovered heatspots in the skin and mapped them out. Mr. Donaldson used an instrument called the ..."

3. Outlines of Psychology by Wilhelm Max Wundt, Charles Hubbard Judd (1902)
"... while heat-spots do not seem to be stimulated by pointed cold stimuli. Furthermore, heatspots and cold-spots may give rise to their usual ..."

4. A Manual of Psychology by George Frederick Stout (1915)
"But they react at all only to high degrees of heat and cold, being insensitive to intermediate temperatures. The heatspots never react to temperatures below ..."

5. Heat Considered as a Mode of Motion by John Tyndall (1870)
"... very desirous to disengage myself from the influence of glass prisms and lenses, and ascertain, if possible, whether in reality iny insulated heatspots ..."

6. Outlines of physiological psychology by George Trumbull Ladd (1892)
"Recent experiments show that the minimum distance apart at which two cold-spots or heatspots can be felt as two, differs greatly for the different ..."

7. Humphreys' homeopathic mentor by Frederick Humphreys (1897)
"this condition is commonly called "heatspots." E. rubrum is a more highly inflammatory variety, the eruption being very red and shining, and there is much ..."

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