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" Any deviation from health in function or structure ; the cause of pain or uneasiness ; distemper ; malady ; sickness ; disorder ; any state of a living body in which the natural functions of the organs are interrupted or disturbed, either by defective... "
An American Dictionary of the English Language: Exhibiting the Origin ... - Page 250
by Noah Webster - 1846 - 1079 pages
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The Scientific and Literary Treasury: A New and Popular Encyclopedia of the ...

Samuel Maunder - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1843 - 832 pages
...matter. DISCUTIENT, R medicine or application which disperses any coagulated fluid or tumour. DISE'ASE, any state of a living body in which the natural functions of the organs lire interrupted or disturbed, cither by defective or preternatural action. A disease may affect the...
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HAND-BOOK OF LITERATURE AND THE FINE ARTS;

GEORGE RIPLEY - 1852
...leathern thong tied round the person's hand who threw it, and put through a hole in the middle. DISEASE', any state of a living body in which the natural functions of the organs are interrupted or disturbed, either by defective or preternatural action. A disease may affect the whole body, or a particular limb...
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Hand-book of Literature and the Fine Arts: Comprising Complete and Accurate ...

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1852 - 647 pages
...leathern thong tied round tho person's hand who threw it, and put through a hole in the middle. DISEASE', any state of a living body in which the natural functions of the organs are interrupted ùr disturbed, either by defective or preternatural action. A disease may affect the whole body, or...
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The North American Journal of Homeopathy, Volume 10

Homeopathy - 1862
...eminent authority, disease is pronounced to be " any deviation from health in function or structure;" "any state of a living body in which the natural functions of the organs are interrupted or disturbed, either by defective or preternatural action." The essence of disease, then, does not seem to be so...
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Anatomy and Physiology Rendered Attractive, and the Laws of Health Made ...

E. Small - Physiology - 1864 - 441 pages
...means any deviation from health, in function or structure ; the cause of pain or distress ; it is that state of a living body in which the natural functions of the organs are interrupted or disturbed. A disease may effect the whole, or a particular part of the body, as a limb, the head, heart, stomach,...
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A smaller English dictionary

John Ogilvie - English language - 1872 - 472 pages
...beintt diiditinfnl; contempt. Disease, dk-Cz', n. Want of ease; the cause of uneasiness; any atate of a living body in which the natural functions of the organs are disturbed; illness; mental disorder; corrupt »tat« of morals; civil disorder. — vt. raqfHd u-ith...
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Esoteric anthropology, the mysteries of man. From the Amer

Thomas Low Nichols - 1873
...is the opposite, or the lack of health. It is "Any deviation from health, in function or structure, the cause of pain or uneasiness, distemper, malady,...functions of the organs are interrupted or disturbed, either by defective or preternatural action, without a disrupture of parts by violence, which is called...
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The Scientific and Literary Treasury

Samuel Maunder - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1880 - 871 pages
...dispel : Lat.\ a medicine or application which dispersée any coagulated fluid, or tumour. DISE'ASE, any state of a living body In which the natural functions of the organs are interrupted or disturbed, either by defective or preternatural action. A disease iray affect the whole body, or a particular...
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The Imperial Dictionary of the English Language: A Complete ..., Volume 2

John Ogilvie - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1883
...world. SHak. 2. Any morbid state of the body generally, or of any particular organ or part of the body; the cause of pain or uneasiness; distemper ; malady;...functions of the organs are interrupted or disturbed, either by defective or preternatural action, without a disruption of parts by violence, which is called...
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The Law of Liberty in the Spiritual Life

Evan Henry Hopkins - Holiness - 1884 - 224 pages
...of life. What is disease but life in an abnormal or morbid condition ? Disease has been defined as " any state of a living body in which the natural functions of the organs are interrupted or disturbed." Every cure that our Lord wrought was an emancipation of a part, or the whole of the body, from such...
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