Definition of Satyriases
1. satyriasis [n] - See also: satyriasis
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Literary usage of Satyriases
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Modern medical therapeutics: A Compendium of Recent Formulæ and Specific by George Henry Napheys (1885)
"It is indicated in morbid excitement of the lumbar part of the spinal cord, as in nymphomania and satyriases. The vomiting of pregnancy, that after the ..."
2. Delights of Wisdom Concerning Conjugial Love: After which Follow Pleasures by Emanuel Swedenborg (1833)
"By it the strength is not thrown away, nor imbecilities contracted, as by roaming and unlimited amours (satyriases). IV. By it also diseases of body and ..."