Definition of Monomaniacs

1. Noun. (plural of monomaniac) ¹



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Definition of Monomaniacs

1. monomaniac [n] - See also: monomaniac

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Monomaniacs

monologuise
monologuist
monologuists
monologuize
monology
monomachia
monomachies
monomachist
monomachists
monomachy
monomane
monomania
monomaniac
monomaniacal
monomaniacally
monomaniacs (current term)
monomanias
monomaniæ
monomark
monomarks
monomastigote
monome
monomelic
monomer
monomeric
monomerically
monomerisation
monomerisations
monomerization
monomerizations

Literary usage of Monomaniacs

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1. A Treatise on Medical Jurisprudence by Francis Wharton, Moreton Stillé (1860)
"Mischief to society if monomaniacs are suffered to go at large, § 270. Necessity of restraint, § 271. (3.) FOR EXAMPLE, § 272. ..."

2. Mysteries of Washington City: During Several Months of the Session of the by Caleb Atwater, A citizen of Ohio (1844)
"No authority in the constitution td remove it.—monomaniacs, one who ... Other monomaniacs equally crazy.—LOCAL INFORMATION. THE chief clerks, such as ..."

3. The Phrenological Journal and Miscellany (1843)
"Letter to the Right Honourable Sir Robert Peel, on the Responsibility of monomaniacs for the Crime of Murder. By JAMES STARK, MD, &c. ..."

4. The Phrenological Journal, and Magazine of Moral Science (1843)
"Letter to the Right Honourable Sir Robert Peel, on the Responsibility of monomaniacs for the Crime of Murder. By JAMES STARK, MD, &c-—The object of this ..."

5. Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal (1830)
"Of 366 males, 40 per cent . were maniacs, 38 per cent. monomaniacs, and 22 demented ; while of 258 females, 31 per cent . were maniacs, ..."

6. The British and Foreign Medical Review: Or Quarterly Journal of Practical (1846)
"... the idea that nine tenths of all diseases are dependent on parasitical animals or worms; an idea, we believe, not unusual amongst medical monomaniacs. ..."

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