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- n. Archaic form of dysuria.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as dysuria.
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It is possessed of well marked diuretic properties, and is employed in ischury and dysury, and in the gravelly complaints of old persons.
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Were it not a bad time for a bibliopolists, bibliomaniacs, bibliographers, and bibliotheques which hinder bibliolatry, he would have given them in a bumper, and not drop by drop as if he were afflicted with dysury of the brain.
In dropsy, dysury, gravel, and nephritis calculosa or inflammation of the kidneys, the infusion and tincture were given by him with astonishing success.