Definition of Nosebleed

1. Noun. Bleeding from the nose.

Exact synonyms: Epistaxis
Generic synonyms: Bleeding, Haemorrhage, Hemorrhage



Definition of Nosebleed

1. n. A bleeding at the nose.

Definition of Nosebleed

1. Noun. A haemorrhage from the nose. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Nosebleed

1. [n -S]

Medical Definition of Nosebleed

1. 1. A bleeding at the nose. 2. The yarrow. See Yarrow. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

Lexicographical Neighbors of Nosebleed

nose pokes
nose poking
nose ring
nose slide
nose swab
nose test
nose tests
nose to tail
nose to the grindstone
nosean
noseans
nosebag
nosebags
noseband
nosebands
nosebleed (current term)
nosebleed seat
nosebleed seats
nosebleeder
nosebleeders
nosebleeding
nosebleeds
noseblood
nosecone
nosecones
nosecount
nosed
nosedive
nosedived
nosedives

Literary usage of Nosebleed

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

1. Homœopathic Therapeutics by Samuel Lilienthal (1890)
"Frequent nosebleed, almost only when stooping, at stool or from exertion ; at night or ill the morning; blood coagulates quickly, of a bright color. or in a ..."

2. School Hygiene by Ludwig Wilhelm Johannes Kotelmann (1899)
"That is the reason nosebleed is of such frequent occurence among pupils. According to Eulenberg, tall, slim boys, who have grown up rapidly, ..."

3. Heredity in Relation to Eugenics by Charles Benedict Davenport (1911)
"nosebleed (epistaxis) — . , This representative of the jr U ^L ... nosebleed is often associated with red spots in the skin from which bleeding may occur. ..."

4. Public School Methods (1916)
"(d) nosebleed. The simplest remedies for nosebleed are the application of pressure to the nostrils, raising the arms above the head and applying ice to the ..."

5. Therapeutics of the Respiratory System, Cough and Coryza, Acute and Chronic by Marvin W. Van Denburg (1915)
"nosebleed of old people, with relaxed blood vessels, Agaricus. ... nosebleed several mornings in succession; painful fullness and pressure at root of nose, ..."

6. Special Pathology and Diagnostics: With Therapeutic Hints by Charles Godlove Raue (1882)
"... nosebleed. This affection is a mere symptom of the most different conditions of the organism. We observe it in consequence of congestive as well as in ..."

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