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Lexicographical Neighbors of Liverishness
Literary usage of Liverishness
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Theatre of Max Reinhardt by Huntly Carter (1914)
"... toms of unlovely liverishness. f Throughout this period he encountered and gradually overcame the opposition of the Berlin press. ..."
2. Meredith Revisited, and Other Essays by James Harold Edward Crees (1921)
"... the victim of an eternal liverishness ; he will be like Sophocles iSx.o\os, he will in Arnold's phrase " see life steadily and see it whole," sub specie ..."
3. Uric Acid: An Epitome of the Subject by Alexander Haig (1906)
"... the liver," or " liverishness ;" throughout the whole digestive canal there is a lowered power of food conversion, a great slowness of food absorption, ..."
4. Affection: Ninety Years of Family Letters, 1850s-1930s: Haring, White by Peter Haring Judd (2006)
"In their visits to spas in later years the problem seems to be indigestion, or what used to be called "liverishness." His discomfort could also be a product ..."