Definition of Succussing

1. Verb. (present participle of succuss) ¹



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Definition of Succussing

1. succuss [v] - See also: succuss

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Succussing

succulents
succulous
succumb
succumbed
succumbest
succumbeth
succumbing
succumbs
succursal
succus
succuss
succussation
succussations
succussed
succusses
succussing (current term)
succussion
succussive
such
such(a)
such(p)
such-and-such
such-and-suches
such and such
such as
such is life
such like
such that
suchlike
suchness

Literary usage of Succussing

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The British Journal of Homoeopathy edited by John James Drysdale, Robert Ellis Dudgeon, Richard Hughes, John Rutherfurd Russell (1880)
"... expending his prodigious strength on succussing successive dilutions of nothing, each stroke of his Herculean arm making the innocuous liquid in the ..."

2. The Medical Times and Gazette (1858)
"Each stroke of the heart inflicts a shock upon the brain, visibly succussing the head ; yet not always with pain, thereby showing that for pain to result, ..."

3. The British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review, Or, Quarterly Journal of (1860)
"As well might he expect to produce a sound by succussing a man with effusion in the pleura as to ..."

4. History of Homoeopathy: Its Origin, Its Conflicts, with an Appendix on the by Wilhelm Ameke, Robert Ellis Dudgeon (1885)
"We may as well here state that Hahnemann later regulated this method systematically by triturating or succussing one part of the drug with ninety-nine parts ..."

5. Homoeopathy: Its Tenets and Tendencies, Theoretical, Theological, and by James Young Simpson (1853)
"Hence Hahnemann solemnly warned his disciples against succussing or shaking their medicinal infinitesimal solutions of drugs too much,4 lest thus they ..."

6. Diseases of the Digestive Tract and Their Treatment by Arthur Everett Austin (1916)
"It is much more probable that both are based on the faulty central nerve innervation ; for instance, a gastric myasthenia, with a loudly succussing stomach, ..."

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