Definition of Hebetudes

1. Noun. (plural of hebetude) ¹



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Definition of Hebetudes

1. hebetude [n] - See also: hebetude

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hebetudes

hebephrenic
hebephrenic schizophrenia
hebephrenics
hebes
hebesphenomegacorona
hebetant
hebetate
hebetated
hebetates
hebetating
hebetation
hebetations
hebete
hebetic
hebetude
hebetudes (current term)
hebetudinous
hebiatrics
hebona
hebonas
hebraization
hebraizations
hebraize
hebraized
hebraizes
hebraizing
hebrephrenic
hebrephrenics
hebrewess
hebrides

Literary usage of Hebetudes

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1. The study of medicine by John Mason Good, Samuel Cooper (1829)
"... are in fact " corporate moria," detects or hebetudes of the bodily faculties. The preceding genera are founde'd upon a morbid per- version or misrule, ..."

2. The Care of the Child in Health by Nathan Oppenheim (1900)
"... birth-paralysis, general disturbance of nervous equilibrium, and a wide range of intellectual hebetudes associated with the tuberculous diathesis, ..."

3. The Hydropathic Encyclopedia: A System of Hydropathy and Hygiene, in Eight by Russell Thacher Trall (1851)
"Of course we must all humbly and modestly confess to some degree of some one or more of these " hebetudes;" but it is only when they are found to form a ..."

4. Physical Education, as Influenced by the Arrangements of the School-room: An by Samuel Hayes Pennington (1847)
"... strength of every faculty ; so as by a wise direction of his mental exercises to repair his constitutional hebetudes and restrain his redundancies. ..."

5. Medical, Matrimonial, and Scientific Expositor: Giving the Most Important by Jefferson B. Fancher (1867)
"Of course we must all humbly and modestly confess to some degree of some one or more of these " hebetudes; " but it is only when they are found to form ..."

6. Medical, Matrimonial and Scientific Expositor: Giving the Most Important by Jefferson B. Fancher (1868)
"Of course we must all humbly and modestly confess to some degree of some one or more cf these " hebetudes ; " but it is only when they are found to form a ..."

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