Definitions

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  • n. electrification

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. The act of electrizing; electrification.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The act of electrifying. Also spelled electrisation.

Etymologies

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From electrize +‎ -ation

Examples

  • I have already (p. 47) spoken of the comparative merits in this disease of local and general electrization.

    The Electric Bath

  • Where the manifestations of the disease are limited to a single joint, or at best a very few joints, or where we have to do with a case of muscular rheumatism — to one group of muscles, local electrization, as

    The Electric Bath

  • As I had strong suspicions that syphilis was at the bottom of the trouble, I also administered iodide of potassium in gradually increasing doses — not however until electrization and strychnia employed for some weeks had failed to do any good.

    The Electric Bath

  • Local electrization is accompanied by like phenomena, _when we happen to strike the right spot_.

    The Electric Bath

  • The second difference between the electric bath and all other methods of applying electricity is, that _the bath is the only method by means of which general electrization can be realized_.

    The Electric Bath

  • The most delicate, the aged and children alike, bear them with far more ease, comfort and impunity than any ordinary warm bath, or any but the mildest local electrization.

    The Electric Bath

  • Accepting this as matter of fact, let us next inquire where and why we are to give _general_ electrization — in other words, the electric bath — the preference over local applications.

    The Electric Bath

  • This proceeding should by no means be looked upon as a “local” method of electrization; on the contrary, it is just as much “general” as the ordinary electric bath.

    The Electric Bath

  • The stimulant and tonic effects under consideration, although shared to some extent by other methods of electrization, are here far more comprehensive and pronounced, a fact which is not surprising, when we reflect that in the electric bath not only are all the organs

    The Electric Bath

  • While I have thus had frequent occasion here to employ local electrization, I have had but one case of acute rheumatism where I had the opportunity to employ the baths.

    The Electric Bath

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