Definition of Invalidisms

1. Noun. (plural of invalidism) ¹



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Definition of Invalidisms

1. invalidism [n] - See also: invalidism

Lexicographical Neighbors of Invalidisms

invalescence
invaletudinary
invalid
invalidate
invalidated
invalidates
invalidating
invalidation
invalidations
invalidator
invalidators
invalided
invalidhood
invaliding
invalidism
invalidisms (current term)
invalidities
invalidity
invalidly
invalidness
invalids
invalorous
invaluable
invaluableness
invaluably
invar
invariabilities
invariability
invariable
invariableness

Literary usage of Invalidisms

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

1. Addresses on Psycho-analysis by James Jackson Putnam (1921)
"The possession of the finest, the noblest qualities of thought and sentiment is thus not incompatible with nervous invalidisms of every sort, ..."

2. Our City of God by Jonathan Brierley (1907)
"tiring everlastingness, while within we are conscious only of tottering invalidisms, of nerves so scant of life! Shall we never catch this secret of the ..."

3. Journal of the Institute of Actuaries and Assurance Magazine by Institute of Actuaries (Great Britain) (1872)
"... I give the following comparison: That is to say, if the terms of the first series (showing the number of invalidisms actually observed during intervals ..."

4. Beauty--its Attainment and Preservation by Butterick Publishing Company (1892)
"... rules the universe, regardless of natural necessities and indifferent to consequences, except to build upon them interesting invalidisms. ..."

5. 'Missing' by Humphry Ward (1917)
"... the small ways and habits that had once characterised Nelly Sarratt—especially since her Torquay illness; the small invalidisms and self- indulgences, ..."

6. Addresses on Psycho-analysis by James Jackson Putnam (1921)
"The possession of the finest, the noblest qualities of thought and sentiment is thus not incompatible with nervous invalidisms of every sort, ..."

7. Our City of God by Jonathan Brierley (1907)
"tiring everlastingness, while within we are conscious only of tottering invalidisms, of nerves so scant of life! Shall we never catch this secret of the ..."

8. Journal of the Institute of Actuaries and Assurance Magazine by Institute of Actuaries (Great Britain) (1872)
"... I give the following comparison: That is to say, if the terms of the first series (showing the number of invalidisms actually observed during intervals ..."

9. Beauty--its Attainment and Preservation by Butterick Publishing Company (1892)
"... rules the universe, regardless of natural necessities and indifferent to consequences, except to build upon them interesting invalidisms. ..."

10. 'Missing' by Humphry Ward (1917)
"... the small ways and habits that had once characterised Nelly Sarratt—especially since her Torquay illness; the small invalidisms and self- indulgences, ..."

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