Definition of Dysuries

1. Noun. (plural of dysury) ¹



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Definition of Dysuries

1. dysury [n] - See also: dysury

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dysuries

dystrophias
dystrophic
dystrophic calcification
dystrophic calcinosis
dystrophies
dystrophin
dystrophinopathies
dystrophinopathy
dystrophins
dystrophisation
dystrophy
dystropy
dysuria
dysurias
dysuric
dysuries (current term)
dysury
dysversion
dysynchronies
dysynchrony
dysynergia
dysæmia
dysæmic
dysæsthesia
dysæsthesiæ
dytiscid
dytiscids
dyun
dyvour
dyvouries

Literary usage of Dysuries

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1. Science and Society in Early America: Essays in Honor of Whitfield J. Bell, Jr. by Randolph Shipley Klein (1986)
"... Principally with Regard to its Diuretic Quality, in the Cure of Dropsies and dysuries. London: for J.Johnson, ..."

2. Science and Society in Early America: Essays in Honor of Whitfield J. Bell, Jr. by Randolph SHIPLEY KLEIN (1986)
"Medical Reports, of the Effects of Tobacco, Princi pally with Regard to its Diuretic Quality, in the Cure of Dropsies arv dysuries. London: for J. Johnson, ..."

3. The Methodist Review (1831)
"Dr. Fowler has written a treatise upon the effects of tobacco in the cure of dropsies and dysuries. The Doctor seemed determined to discover virtue in this ..."

4. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1866)
"There is a large and diversified 1 Medical Reports on the Effects of Tobacco in the case of Dropsies and dysuries, 1785, 2d edition, ..."

5. The New annual register, or General repository of history, politics, and by Andrew Kippis (1807)
"... found той painful and obstinate dysuries introduced in such habits even by sm:ill doses, and especially whin, from the existence of permanent strictures ..."

6. Catalogue of the Library of the Boston Athenaeum by Boston Athenaeum, Charles Ammi Cutter (1882)
"London, 1733. 8°. Another copy. (B 1743) Bri«tol, 1759. 8°. (W32) — FOWLER, T. Effects of tobacco in dropsies and dysuries. [1785. ..."

7. The Library of Benjamin Franklin by Edwin Wolf, Kevin J. Hayes (2006)
"Medical reports, of the effects of tobacco, principally with regard to its diuretic quality, in the cure of dropsies, and dysuries: together with some ..."

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