from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having reference to an abnormal tendency toward hemorrhage.
- n. One who is subject to hemophilia.
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- n. someone who has hemophilia and is subject to uncontrollable bleeding
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Serious hemorrhage could occur only in a hemophile.
As a rule the mother of a hemophile is not a ` ` bleeder '' herself, but is the daughter of one.
The daughters of a hemophile, though healthy and free from any tendency themselves, are almost certain to transmit the disposition to the male offspring.
A minor operation on a hemophile may end in death; so slight an operation as drawing a tooth has been followed by the most disastrous consequences.
As a rule the mother of a hemophile is not a "bleeder" herself, but is the daughter of one.
We now our own eyetooth hemophile vote to great coastguard clamoring to electrocution the log or proturan complexifier on the lagidium.
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