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Definition of Deleteriously
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Literary usage of Deleteriously
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1. The Natural history of digestion by Alexander Lockhart Gillespie (1904)
"Sherry and port when undiluted act much more deleteriously, owing to their percentage of alcohol (21-23), an(l to the effect of the solid matters contained ..."
2. The London Medical Gazette (1835)
"... acts deleteriously upon the brain. This opinion is probable; for we know the sudden ana deadening influence which results from the introduction of air, ..."
3. The Odd Fellows' Magazine by Independent Order of Odd Fellows Manchester Unity (1838)
"... of'ray blood are as pure at the termination of pipe number three, as before puff number one. Tobacco smoke, I contend, does not act deleteriously on ..."
4. The Making of a Miracle: The True Story of New Pompei by Thomas W S Jones (1907)
"... that the Roman Catholic Church holds enough of essential Christian truth, however deleteriously adulterated, for souls to breathe in and live by. ..."
5. Proceedings by American Pomological Society (1900)
"... in character of procedure, they affect deleteriously every pulse- beat of the entire organism of horticultural pursuits. Here and there corporate ..."
6. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1914)
"... it is тегу possible that we have in the citrus tree, a plant which is deleteriously affected by ammonia compounds when it is forced to absorb them. ..."