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  • adj. Alternative form of dysenteric.

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  • Even during the short space of a fortnight, when it might be presumed that the winter's cold had in a great degree rendered the effluvia innoxious, every person in the expedition was more or less affected by dysenterical complaints; and the putrid sour smell that constantly attended us was symptomatic of what would be its effects when rendered active by the powerful heats of summer.

    Journals of Two Expeditions into the Interior of New South Wales

  • Even during the short space of a fortnight, when it might be presumed that the winter’s cold had in a great degree rendered the effluvia innoxious, every person in the expedition was more or less affected by dysenterical complaints; and the putrid sour smell that constantly attended us was symptomatic of what would be its effects when rendered active by the powerful heats of summer.

    Journals of Two Expeditions into the Interior of New South Wales

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