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- adj. Having a swollen head.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having hydrocephalus.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as hydrocephaloid.
It’s a condition called hydrocephalous ex vacuo and happens in various situations including severe hypoxic brain injury.
Goupil, who does service to everybody and is justly considered the wittiest man in Nemours, has won the esteem of the little town, but he is punished in his children, who are rickety and hydrocephalous.
Initially limited to "mercy killings" at the behest of parents, Germany's child euthanasia program expanded within a few years to become automatic for babies deemed unlikely to live worthwhile lives - those with congenital deformities, cerebral palsy, Down's syndrome, microcephaly, hydrocephalous, and "serious hereditary diseases."
Now Reason and Right, hydrocephalous quite, are both Della-Cruscan and drivelling,
Those who have absolutely nothing to express and absolutely no power of expression are God's failures; they should be kindly treated along with the hopelessly idiotic and the hydrocephalous.
Before the ICONOCLAST was three days old it was boycotted by the hydrocephalous sect.
The ICONOCLAST compelled its unrespected contemporary to purify its "personal column" -- and this service to society has never been forgiven by the bench-legged hydrocephalous grand panjandrum of that paper.
I saw afterwards the various portraits; I suppose it is a matter of evidence, but nothing convinced me of truth, not even the bilious, dilapidated, dyspeptic, white face of the folio engraving, with the horrible hydrocephalous development of skull.
Australian hydrocephalous invertebrates, to an age long anterior to the advent of man upon the earth; they date back, indeed, to a time when a causeway hundreds of miles wide, and thousands of miles long, joined Australia to Africa, and the animals of the two countries were alike, and all belonged to that remote geological epoch known to science as the Old Red Grindstone Post-Pleosaurian.
'Celtic!' cried Madame Tentaillon, who had perhaps confounded the word with hydrocephalous.
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