Definition of Pediculoses
1. pediculosis [n] - See also: pediculosis
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pediculoses
Literary usage of Pediculoses
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Select Journal of Foreign Periodical Literature by Andrews Norton, Charles Folsom (1834)
"... that Pym died in great torment of the loathsome disease called morbus pediculoses. The mentioning such a report as disparaging to an individual, ..."
2. Sir Christopher Wren and His Times by James Elmes (1852)
"... pediculoses—et se ipsos," they admire nothing but fleas, lice—and themselves. This joke from a Bishop, who said*, that it pleased God to make him a wit, ..."
3. The Dublin Journal of Medical Science (1897)
"The PRESIDENT, and subsequently DE. LITTLE, Pres. RAMI, in the Chair. Morbus pediculoses. DB. KNOTT read a paper on Morbus ..."
4. Elements of medicine: a compendious view of pathology and therapeutics, or by Samuel Henry Dickson (1855)
"... how shall we evade the claim of the morbus pediculoses to be also so regarded, or the whole series of verminous disorders depending upon the presence of ..."