Definition of Psychos

1. Noun. (plural of psycho) ¹



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Definition of Psychos

1. psycho [n] - See also: psycho

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Psychos

psychophylaxis
psychophysical
psychophysically
psychophysicist
psychophysics
psychophysiological
psychophysiologically
psychophysiologist
psychophysiologists
psychophysiology
psychopolitical
psychopolitics
psychopomp
psychopomps
psychorubin
psychos (current term)
psychoses
psychosine
psychosines
psychosiphobia
psychosis
psychosocial
psychosocially
psychosociological
psychosociology

Literary usage of Psychos

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1. The Psychical Correlation of Religious Emotion and Sexual Desire by James Weir (1897)
"Man has only just begun to recognize the fact that psychos is part and parcel of his physical organism, and that the two beings, physical and psychical, ..."

2. The Psychical Correlation of Religious Emotion and Sexual Desire by James Weir (1897)
"Man has only just begun to recognize the fact that psychos is part and parcel of his physical organism, and that the two beings, physical and psychical, ..."

3. Millionism Vs. Socialism: Or, Timocracy Vs Democracy by Henry Slack Worthington (1912)
"We see it likewise in the Bios, the psychos and the Socios. We see in the Cosmos inexorable law or state or condition. If we could as thoroughly scrutinize ..."

4. Religion and Lust: Or, The Psychical Correlation of Religious Emotion and by James Weir (1905)
"As psychos grew beneath the fostering influence of ages of experience, the (104) Huxley: Essays; Haeckel: The History of Creation; Haeckel: The Evolution of ..."

5. The American Journal of International Law by American Society of International Law (1918)
"Name of signatory Place and date of transmission Summary 28 29 30 31 32 Mr. Zographos Mr. psychos Mr. Gounaris Mr. ..."

6. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"... physiological, or cerebral processes on the other, is one merely of invariable concomitance: each psychical change or psychical state, each psychos! ..."

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