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- n. Plural form of megrim.
- n. Any of various diseases of animals, especially horses. (More at megrim.)
- n. Depression, low spirits, unhappiness.
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- n. a state of depression
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We call our megrims the melancholy of a sublime soul, the yearnings of an indigestion we denominate yearnings after immortality, nay, sometimes
We call our megrims the melancholy of a sublime soul, the yearnings of an indigestion we denominate yearnings after immortality, nay, sometimes 'a proof of the nature of the soul! '
And George Eliot - even though Adam Bede gives me the megrims. rabbit cages for sale permalink
These books may just shake me out of my summer megrims and lassitude.
I cured a poor old woman of the megrims by making the sign of the cross behind her.
Prickles of exhilarations sparkled through Antony, banishing his megrims.
If these megrims are the effect of love, thank Heaven, I never knew what it was.
And, lighting upon Tourville, I took him home with me, and made him sing me out of my megrims.
My Neighbor Totoro is also a good antidote to the megrims, and there's always Spirited Away.
Perhaps she'd fallen asleep or was suffering from one of those megrims that befell ladies.