from The Century Dictionary.
- noun In medicine, that combination of qualities in the body which constitutes health or soundness.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- (Med.) Such a due mixture of qualities in bodies as constitutes health or soundness.
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- noun medicine, archaic A mixture of
qualitiesthat constitutes healthor soundness.
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Ancient Greek well-tempered. Compare French eucrasie.
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"by cracky." boophilus: characterized by a fondness for scaring others. calculus: material often difficult to pass. depot therapy: short-term counseling while awaiting commuter train. discopathy: disease communicated in dancing establishments. dura mater: a strict and demanding medical school, as opposed to a more placid alma mater. eucrasy: psychiatrist's pronouncement at the end of therapy. extragenital: three testes.
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