Definition of Intermitter

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Intermitter

intermittent claudication
intermittent cramp
intermittent explosive disorder
intermittent haemoglobinuria
intermittent lake
intermittent lakes
intermittent malarial fever
intermittent mandatory ventilation
intermittent positive-pressure breathing
intermittent positive-pressure ventilation
intermittent pulse
intermittent sterilization
intermittent tetanus
intermittent torticollis
intermitter (current term)

Literary usage of Intermitter

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1. A Philosophical Account of the Works of Nature: As Founded Upon a Plan of by Richard Bradley (1739)
"Wind can be an intermitter in this Kind of Foe- ... that the Air is an intermitter in the Fecundation of Plants, than to make the Element of Water an ..."

2. Electrical Papers by Oliver Heaviside (1894)
"Put the telephone in 5, the battery and intermitter in 6. We require first the ordinary resistance-balance, R,R^R<iRy But the self induction of the coil ..."

3. Ugeskrift for læger by Almindelige danske lægeforening (1847)
"lang Tid have lidt af intermitter.s og flytte fra den F!gn, hvor Malaria hersker, til et andet Land, og der udsættes for hyppige ..."

4. A Dictionary of the English Language: In which the Words are Deduced from Samuel Johnson by Samuel Johnson (1805)
"An intermitter; interceptor of any tiling. •i'he west as a father all goodness bring, ..."

5. Elementary Treatise on Physics, Experimental and Applied: For the Use of by Adolphe Ganot, E. Atkinson (1886)
"... and which are then emptied by fissures so occurring in the ground as to form an intermitter- syphon. 215. Different kinds of pump*. ..."

6. A Dictionary of Electrical Words, Terms and Phrases by Edwin James Houston (1903)
"Electro-Magnetic intermitter,—An electro-magnetic vibrator. Electro-Magnetic Medium.—Any medium in which electro-magnetic phenomena occur, or through which ..."

7. A Treatise on the practice of medicine: For the Use of Students and Practioners by Roberts Bartholow (1881)
"... and flesh and strength, whereas in intermittent these symptoms have fo lowed the access of fever; in phthisis there is not, in intermitter there is, ..."

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